PhpStorm 2022.2 Beta

PhpStorm 2022.2 Beta is now available.

Below is a roundup of the most notable updates included in the upcoming 2022.2 release. The links will take you to the EAP posts published over the last few months, which contain detailed descriptions of each feature:

New features

Mockery supportRector supportHighlighting failed test assertionsCreate enums in the Create class dialogSupport for @props and @aware directives in BladeClickable URLs in PHP, JSON, YAML, and .properties

Improvements to generics

Support for int<min, max>Improved support for iterablesType inference from closuresGenerics in traitsAnd more


Alternative php.ini configuration for individual runtimesDisable Xdebug when running quality toolsBundled VSCode keymap pluginEnhanced configuration for highlighting inspections

Quality-of-life improvements

Improvements to our debuggerImprovements to our HTTP clientCode style options for trailing commasAnonymous @var in return statementsSupport for @psalm-yieldRun current file improvementsKeyboard shortcut to change global font sizeNew JetBrains runtimeType narrowing support for VueSupport for Angular standalone components

New inspections

Combining isset callsUsing in_array() and array_key_exist() to clean up codeAdding docblock variable names when neededConverting to iterableAnd more


Auto-connection on IDE restartConnection options for different Docker daemons

The full list of changes in this build is available in the release notes. Please report any problems you find by posting them to our issue tracker or by commenting on this post.

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