PhpStorm 2021.2 EAP #6
This build introduces support for one-line array shapes definitions in PHPDoc. Read on to learn more.
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Array Shapes PHPDoc Syntax Support
While PHP has a great object system, it сan be useful to work with simple data structures or object-like arrays when defining a real class feels excessive.
In such cases, the structure of the arrays is known beforehand, but without additional metadata PhpStorm is not able to grasp it and provide code completion.
Starting from PhpStorm 2020.3, it is possible to define the structure of such arrays with an #[ArrayShape] attribute. Learn more.
In the upcoming 2021.2 release we are adding support for the PHPDoc syntax!
This is limited to one-line definitions only. Multiline syntax support is work in progress, but might not happen. Nested array shapes are not supported either. Stay tuned for updates.
The full list of changes in this build is available in the release notes.
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