PhpStorm 2019.1.3 軟體資訊介紹&下載

Confide,軟體教學,軟體下載,電腦問題,電腦教學
Confide 的加密,短暫和屏幕截圖保護的信使,您可以用數字方式進行溝通,具有與口語相同的隱私和安全級別。有了自毀的加密信息,Confide 可以讓你安心地知道你的私人信息現在真的會保持這種狀態。以數字方式進行溝通,具有與口語相同的隱私和安全級別。討論敏感話題,集思廣益,或者提出未經過濾的意見,而不用擔心互聯網永久的數字記錄,也不會留下任何副本。 Confide 使用軍事級的端到端加密來保證您的郵件安全.

Confide 使用軍事級的端到端加密來保證您的郵件安全,並確保郵件只能被預期的收件人閱讀。消息被讀取一次後消息永遠消失,使得它們與說出的單詞一樣私密和安全。 Confide 保護您的通信安全,保護您的郵件從屏幕截圖嘗試.

Confide 可用於 Mac,PC,iPhone,Android 和 Apple Watch,並允許您保持連接在您的桌面或在旅途中。 Confide 也被翻譯成 15 種語言,目前正在全球 180 多個國家使用。

Confide 功能:

Military Grade Cryptography
Confide 利用戰鬥測試,軍事級密碼術,以保持您的郵件安全。我們將這一功能與簡單直觀的用戶體驗相結合,以提供卓越的安全性,無需配置.

端到端加密
Confide 用戶之間的所有消息都是端到端加密的。加密密鑰是在每台設備上本地生成的,並且私鑰永遠不會離開設備,從而確保只有預期的收件人才能讀取您的消息.

傳輸層安全性
所有通信都通過傳輸層安全性(TLS),防止任何可能的“中間人攻擊和提供又一層的安全性,隱私和數據完整性.

Ephemeral
加密是機密性的一個重要組成部分,但它不是唯一的。消息解密後,它變得脆弱。它可以被存檔,打印​​,甚至轉發。但 Confide 消息自毀。他們讀了一次後,他們走了。我們從我們的服務器上刪除它們,並從設備上擦除它們。沒有轉發,沒有打印,沒有保存… 沒有任何東西。

屏幕截圖受保護
屏幕截圖有潛力永久永久。 Confide 阻止我們大多數平台的屏幕截圖。在預防技術上不可行的情況下,我們正在申請專利的閱讀體驗可確保一次只顯示一條短信,並且發件人的名字不可見。我們還將收件人踢出郵件,並通知發件人截圖已被嘗試.

Photos,Documents,Voice& 群組信息
發送文本,照片,文檔(Word,PowerPoint,Excel 和 PDF)和語音信息給個人或團體。像文本一樣,所有的照片,文檔和語音消息都是加密的,短暫的和屏幕截圖保護。以任何您喜歡的格式進行溝通,不要留下任何遺漏.89979423

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PhpStorm 2019.1.3

PhpStorm-2019.1.3.exe

232 MB

Windows 7 / Windows 8 / Windows 10

免費軟體

Confide, Inc.

https://getconfide.com/

2019-06-18

What's new in this version:

PhpStorm 2019.1.3 Build 191.7479.51
Notable changes:
- Added support for AngularDart
- Fixed: Changes to my Environment Variables in Configurations aren’t saving
- Fixed: Cmd+E/Ctrl+E doesn’t work for iterating recent files after Recent/Recent edited files union
- Fixed: Pressing the down key in the floating navigation bar closing it, but should show siblings in a popup
- Added warning against usage of private fields in Angular Templates
- Fixed: Performance problem with suggestions and completion in project with redux-saga

JBR 8 was updated to v1.8.0_202-release-1483-b58:
- Fixed the issue with the IDE hanging after logging in on macOS
- Fixed the rotation of fonts with embedded bitmaps


PhpStorm 2019.1.2 Build 191.7141.52
Support Docker for Composer execution:
- The usage of containerized environments by PHP developers is steadily growing by roughly 12% each year – from 18% in 2017, to 30% in 2018, to 42% in 2019, according to The State of Developer Ecosystem Survey. While PhpStorm supports PHP interpreters via Docker and Docker-compose, it still had some parts missing. One of these is Composer integration. You needed a local PHP setup in order to run it. But it could be that this differs from the one you have in your containerized dev environment, or you might not even have a local PHP interpreter at all both of which might cause problems.
- In PhpStorm 2019.1.2, this is finally solved. You are now able to run Composer via any Docker image
- Under Preferences | Languages & Frameworks | PHP | Composer you can find a new Docker radio button option, where you’ll be able to configure the Docker server (this is not a PHP server), as well as provide an image, the Composer executable name, and the container options.
- This feature is a subset of a broader request to support Composer via any remote PHP interpreter (WI-23544). According to the survey and stats, the main use-case is Docker, which is why we have started with this first. We would like to hear from you on how you like the current implementation, then based on this feedback we will try to improve and expand it to the other use-cases

Support new format of Blade debug info:
- We’ve added support for debugging Blade templates in PhpStorm 2019.1. Due to a bug, the debug info format, which is needed for PhpStorm to map compiled files to original templates, since a change was made in Laravel 5.8.11. The current PhpStorm build brings debugging Blade templates experience back (WI-46191) for Laravel 5.8.11+

Other notable changes:
- Fixed: Open recent menu doesn’t display project group if any
- Fixed: Move Caret to Matching Brace moves to wrong position
- Fixed: Terminal tabs can’t be reordered
- Fixed: High CPU usage, code analysis never completes when resolving references from “reselect” module
- Fixed: JDK 11: Response handler doesn’t work (Nashorn is removed)


PhpStorm 2019.1.1 Build 191.6707.66
- Change log not available for this version


PhpStorm 2019.1 Build 191.6707.42
- Change log not available for this version


PhpStorm 2019.1 Build 191.4212.35
- Change log not available for this version


PhpStorm 2018.3.3 Build 183.5153.36
- Change log not available for this version


PhpStorm 2018.3.2 Build 183.4886.46

- In the second minor update for the PhpStorm 2018.3, we are happy to bring you DQL Autocompletion! The release also has some bug fixes and improvements for PHP and the Web, and takes on the latest improvements in IntelliJ Platform.

Autocompletion for DQL:
- In the recently released PhpStorm 2018.3, we introduced advanced support for Doctrine Query Language. Continuing to improve the DQL experience in PhpStorm, this time we give you autocompletion for classes and fields.
- It works the same way as autocompletion for PHP. You need to inject DQL language into a string and start typing. PhpStorm will suggest you to a way to complete your statements on the go.
- If you need to call autocompletion manually, just hit Ctrl+Space and see a list of suggestions popping up next to the caret.
- Autocompletion works with class names and fields, inside SELECT/UPDATE/INSERT/DELETE queries, with SQL function calls, and so on.
- We plan to improve the injection mechanism and work on other improvements. Please let us know how you like the DQL support and what you’d want to see improved.

Other updates worth noting:
- Fixed: IDE hangs when searching in Hebrew+English (IDEA-199367 +28)
- Fixed: MySQL datetime incorrectly shows (DBE-69 +21)
- Fixed: Editor Search/Replace and Find/Replace in Path: font for text input fields is too small (IDEA-106651 +20)
- Fixed: Project update over SSH fails if there are many repositories (IDEA-203005 +7)
- Fixed: IDE hangs indefinitely on PhpDoc auto-generation (WI-44525 +1)


PhpStorm 2018.3.1 Build 183.4588.67
- Change log not available for this version


PhpStorm 2018.3 Build 183.4284.150
- Change log not available for this version


PhpStorm 2018.2.4 Build 182.4505.42

Notable bug fixes:
- When working with tasks and contexts and switching between tasks, IDE will now restore VCS branch and workspace correctly (IDEA-184079 +21)
- Fixed in XML: IDE marks “Element is not allowed here” an Element which is allowed to configure (IDEA-195872 +18)


PhpStorm 2018.2.3 Build 182.4323.68

- This build delivers new features, bug fixes and improvements for PHP and the Web, and takes on the latest enhancements in IntelliJ Platform.

PHP 7.3 Support:
- The first release candidate of PHP 7.3 is already released. The GA of the new version of the PHP interpreter is expected somewhere in mid-December.
- PhpStorm is continuing to add support for new PHP features (WI-42883).

Support for list reference assignment:
- PHP 7.3 introduces the enhancement for list() construction, which allows using references
- You may use the short syntax [] as well

Support for literals as the first operand of instanceof:
- In PHP <7.3 this would cause the “instanceof expects an object instance, constant given” fatal error. In PHP 7.3, the result is always false.

Trailing comma in function calls:
- For a long time in PHP you could add a trailing comma in an array
- In PHP 7.3 it is possible to do same thing for function arguments list
- This works for method calls and closures as well
- This is especially handy when viewing diffs with every parameter located on a new line.
- Note that this only works for function calls, but not function definitions, so the following is not possible

Quick-fix for adding a missing extension to composer.json:
- In PhpStorm 2018.2 we’ve added the new Extension is missing in composer.json inspection. It detects the usages of functions, constants, and classes that rely on PHP extensions not currently listed in composer.json.
- Now, starting from 2018.2.3, you’ll be able to run a quick-fix for such issues: PhpStorm will add the corresponding extension record to composer.json for you.

DQL Support:
- We plan to fully support Doctrine Query Language (DQL) (WI-9948) in the upcoming PhpStorm 2018.3 major release. You may check out initial support in 2018.3 EAP. Meanwhile, in this release, injections of SQL inside text literals will be automatically disabled for strings with DQL identifiers. This will eliminate false positives and make your files clean from warnings.

Notable bug fixes and features worth mentioning:
- Fixed: LoginToGithub dialog invoked from CloneRepository dialog hides immediately
- Fixed: Vue.j SFC not resolving @ alias with @vue/cli 3 if vue is installed in a subfolder
- More options creating Angular Cli project
- Fixed: Cannot attach to remote nodejs after upgrade to 2018.2


PhpStorm 2018.2.2 Build 182.4129.45
Platform updates:
- The database tools now support ClickHouse out of the box
- Fixed a couple of performance issues related to VCS (file scanning)

Notable bug fixes and features worth mentioning:
- PHPUnit: rerun failed tests now works for “defined in configuration file” run configuration
- Debugging maximum simultaneous connection configuration setting is now set to 3 by default
- Fixed completion for interfaces
- Fixed “Deployed file is on server removed” stuck since update 2018.2


PhpStorm 2018.2.1 Build 182.3911.43
- Change log not available for this version


PhpStorm 2018.2 Build 182.3684.42

Completion:
Custom postfix completion templates:
- Postfix code completion has existed in PhpStorm since version 9, but only provided a limited number of predefined templates. PhpStorm 2018.2 takes postfix completion to the next level by allowing you to add custom postfix completion templates. Create templates to match your project and your personal coding style!

FQCN Completion:
- Completion now matches the namespace in addition to the element name. You don’t have to type or invoke completion for each part of IlluminateAuthEvents anymore – just type IAuE instead.

Refactorings:
Move Instance Method Refactoring:
- PhpStorm already the Pull Up/Push Down and Make Static/Move Static Method refactorings that help you move methods around. For handling the methods that cannot be made static or moved across the class hierarchy, PhpStorm 2018.2 introduces a refactoring that allows for moving an instance method to a parameter class or to a field class. Simply invoke the Move refactoring on a method declaration, and, if the new refactoring can be applied, you will see a dialog prompting you to choose the target class.

PHP Language:
Structural Search and Replace:
- In PhpStorm 2018.2, we’ve completely reworked Structural Search and Replace for PHP, which offers lots of new capabilities and greatly simplifies patterns creation. Now you can specify the type of Structural variable, which lets you, for example, find a call to the specific method where the first parameter is a string. You can use a simple pattern to find a foreach loop with an unconditional return statement, or even create your own inspection that will capture an unnecessarily double-quoted string, if your code style enforces this

Improved SQL Injections:
- In version 8, PhpStorm introduced basic support for string concatenations in Language Injections. The dynamic nature of the resulting strings and the strictness of the SQL parser caused a lot of false positive errors in SQL. In PhpStorm 2018.2, we’ve eliminated most such errors and introduced some new features, too. PhpStorm can now substitute the values of constants directly within the injected string, so you can run a query without copy-pasting their values. In addition, we’ve added support for SQL strings that use sprintf parameters

New Inspections and Quick Fixes:
PhpStorm 2018.2 delivers handy new inspections such as:
- Extension is missing in composer.json reports usages of classes/functions/constants from PHP extensions which are not specified in composer.json
- Non-canonical order of elements in PHPDoc reports tags such as @property, @param, @var, etc. that use a non-canonical order of elements e.g. name Type instead of Type name.
- Optional parameter before required parameter detects situations when an optional parameter appears before required parameters in a function/method declaration.

Web Technologies Support:
New JavaScript Intentions:
- To make you even more productive when working with JavaScript and TypeScript, PhpStorm has a bunch of new intentions that are available when you press Alt-Enter. Here are just some of them: Implement interface, Create derived class, Implement members of an interface or abstract class, Generate cases for switch, and Iterate with for..of.

Completion for events in Vue.js:
- In Vue templates, PhpStorm now provides code completion for events. Event names are suggested after v-on: or if you use the shorthand notation @event. There’s also code completion for event modifiers.
- As usual, all the features and improvements of WebStorm are available in PhpStorm, either out of the box or with free plugins available in the repository. Other noteworthy web-related features include TypeScript 2.9 and 3.0 support, the new Code Coverage feature that helps to find unused code, extract and convert React component refactoring, new integrations with Angular CLI, global file watchers, rerun failed tests and other.

IDE Improvements:
Updated UI:
- We’ve rolled out brand new icons and dark title bars on macOS. Furthermore, PhpStorm 2018.2 brings support for the MacBook Touch Bar! Run and debug your project, commit changes, and update the project right from the Touch Bar

VCS:
Version control comes with the following changes:
- Easier resolve of merge conflicts
- Enhancements in VCS Log tab
- Browse repository at revision
- Multiple GitHub accounts
- Skip the Push dialog

Database Tools:
Database tools in PhpStorm have been improved thanks to our colleagues from the DataGrip team:
- New SQL formatter
- Source code migrations
- Query plan diagram
- Custom data source

Other improvements:
- Customizable value for $_SERVER['DOCUMENT_ROOT']
- Simple CodeSniffer/MessDetector setup
- The new presentation for Quick Documentation
- Allow renaming old style constructor to the new style
- New Add @method tag quick fix for Undefined method
- Add method quick fix now inserts parameter type hints
- PHPUnit composite configuration
- Jump outside closing bracket/quote with Tab
- HTTP Client: Support environment variables in the request body
- HTTP Client: Support formatting of POST request body
- Docker: navigate from compose nodes and containers
- Docker: wrapping words in Docker logs


PhpStorm 2018.1.6 Build 181.5281.35
- This build fixes the issue with the Register action: IDEA-193747


PhpStorm 2018.1.5 Build 181.5281.19
- Change log not available for this version


PhpStorm 2018.1.4 Build 181.5087.24
- Fixes for PHP Remote Interpreters (Docker/Docker-Compose and Vagrant)
- Compiling PL/SQL code with actual errors
- Support of conditional compilation flags in pl/sql code
- Show inferred type in Flow in Brief Info


PhpStorm 2018.1.3 Build 181.4892.97

- This build delivers new features, bug fixes and improvements for PHP and the Web, and takes on the latest improvements in IntelliJ Platform

Notable bug fixes and features worth mentioning:
- void return type is not autocompleted WI-41850
- Find in Path” shortcut (Ctrl+Shift+F) not working in “Find in Path” preview window IDEA-189447
- Replace all’ confirmation popup is out of focus IDEA-186587
- Run configuration drop down menu does not show the full name of the test being selected IDEA-182763
- Wrong commit and push buttons rendering IDEA-190206
- Don’t add renamed or moved files to git index unless configured to do so IDEA-118140
- Default run/debug configurations are not saved IDEA-189444


PhpStorm 2018.1.2 Build 181.4668.78

Syntax Highlighting in Quick Definition:
- Using the Quick Definition popup became more convenient: with added syntax highlighting, you can now read what exactly a function or a class is doing, without losing your current context.
- Flexible configuration of imports from the global namespace
- In the previous versions of PhpStorm, you could choose to either import everything (functions, classes, constants) from the global namespace or use FQN for functions and constants. We’ve listened to your feedback and realized that more flexibility is sometimes required. In PhpStorm 2018.1.2, you can control auto-import separately for classes, functions, and constants
- For classes, you can choose between “insert FQN” and “prefer import” (PhpStorm will insert import if this doesn’t result in a conflict). For functions and constants, the options are “insert FQN”, “prefer import”, and “prefer fallback” (you can refer to the PHP documentation for its exact meaning)

Notable bug fixes and features worth mentioning:
- Collapsing tree node does not collapses all subnodes (regression)
- Command Line Tools Console – Cursor Not In Run Box
- Incorrect variable name during phpDoc generation for field in case inferred type in constructor $this
- Goto definition’ on ‘new expression’ targeting parent class __construct instead of referenced class
- Provide the ability to disable tooltips in editor without disabling inspections
- Subversion File History not working for links with spaces
- Typescript readonly type inference from const
- Add option to omit JsDoc types for TypeScript code


PhpStorm 2018.1.1 Build 181.4445.72

File-level suppression to PHP inspections:
- PhpStorm provides a lot of inspections to catch all sort of errors in your code, but it may occur that some particular code shouldn’t follow the standards set for the whole project. In previous PhpStorm versions, you were able to suppress a warning for a particular statement or declaration. PhpStorm 2018.1.1 brings the ability to suppress an inspection for the whole file: just add /**@noinspection <inspection_name> */ right after the first opening PHP tag or press ALT+Enter on the inspection warning and select Suppress for file in the submenu. You can also use /**@noinspection ALL */ to suppress all inspection for the file.

Required plugins for a project:
- Suppose you’ve found an essential plugin that would help a lot with developing your project (Symfony or PHP Annotations plugins are good examples of such plugins), and you want to make sure that everybody on your team is on the same page. Previously there was no way to let your colleagues know about the plugins without talking to them or writing the readme file. PhpStorm 2018.1.1 introduces Required plugins, which you can locate under Preferences | Build, Execution, Deployment | Required Plugins. You can specify the plugins and their exact versions as the project’s requirements. After you’ve set them, PhpStorm will notify if the required plugins are missing or need an update.

Go to Type action:
- You might have already used the Navigate | Type declaration action when working with JavaScript or when using our other IDEs. It lets you navigate to the type declaration from any expression, and now it is available in PHP, as well.

Notable bug fixes and features worth mentioning:
- Incorrect ‘find usages’ / refactoring of __constructor of parent class WI-19518
- Indexing of large files WI-41378
- Deployment: context menu is missing if no default server is selected WI-40826
- Docker-compose: output isn’t shown WI-41002
- Keystrokes lost during freezing IDEA-186636
- CommonJS: properties of function object returned by exported module not resolved WEB-24161
- DESC/DESCRIBE in read-only mode DBE-397


PhpStorm 2018.1 Build 181.4203.565

PHP Language:
- Inline function/method refactoring
- Refactor your code to functional style
- Configurable unchecked exceptions
- Goto Symbol navigation improvements
- Hierarchy checks for class aliases

Testing:
- Creating class from test
- Codeception: code coverage
- Better @covers support
- Gutter icons for running tests

HTTP Client:
- Assertions support
- Simplified first start


PhpStorm 2017.3.6 Build 173.4674.46
Bug fixes and features:
- PhpStorm v2017.3.4 & Codeception v2.4.0 incompatibility WI-40950


PhpStorm 2017.3.5 Build 173.4674.45
- Notable bug fixes and features worth mentioning
- Fixed: Built-in SSH: does not support strong security ciphers – Cannot negotiate, proposals do not match IDEA-140196
- PhpStorm v2017.3.4 & Codeception v2.4.0 incompatibility WI-40950
- Fixed: Multiple “Updating indices” bg tasks after external file system changes IDEA-123287
- Fixed: Autocomplete too fast and leads to errors when inputting a number DBE-4965
- Fixed: Hide MySQL Collations & Schemas DBE-5557
- Fixed: Database Console name in Files have turned into guids DBE-5904


PhpStorm 2017.3.4 Build 173.4548.32
Fixed:
- Allow UI scale exceed 2x
- Multiple “Updating indices” bg tasks after external file system changes
- Evaluate window: cannot TAB from expression into results tree


PhpStorm 2017.3.3 Build 173.4301.34

REST Client: Auto-formatting of responses:
- In this build, we’ve implemented one of the new REST client’s most voted features: auto-formatting of request results. PhpStorm analyses Content-Type and formats the response accordingly. If type detection has failed for some reason, you can still choose between JSON, HTML and XML formatting manually. To see the original response, you can select the View as Text formatting type

Highlighting call-site in case of pass-by-reference:
- PHP 7.3 may introduce “Explicit call-site pass-by-reference” (RFC) that will allow prepending of a call-site argument with &. This should help to understand the code and notice possible unexpected changes of a variable. It’s still a year till the 7.3 release, but why wait?
- In this build, we’ve extended parameter hints with pass-by-reference visualization that will help you find a function or a method call that has reference declaration in a parameter. The new parameter hints will be shown for all arguments that are actually passed by reference. Please share your feedback about the new feature!

Notable bug fixes and features worth mentioning:
- Fixed: Short syntax array destructuring does not allow skipping values: WI-34517
- Fixed: Unhandled exception: doesn’t analyze “new MyClass” (constructor) expression: WI-37946
- Fixed: Broken “Change to” spelling quickfix in the Commit dialog: WI-39142
- PHP New Class now saves previously selected template: WI-39427
- Fixed: “Can’t run 32-bit version on Windows”: JRE-590
- Fixed: All run configurations lost after upgrade to 2017.3: IDEA-182966
- Fixed: Tool Window docking issue IDEA-149061
- Fixed: FETCH ALL IN returns error org.postgresql.jdbc4.Jdbc4ResultSet: DBE-2465
- Fixed: DataGrip does not recognize Redshift’s WITH NO SCHEMA BINDING clause: DBE-5404


PhpStorm 2017.3.2 Build 173.4127.29
Notable bug fixes and features worth mentioning:
- Unhandled exception shouldn’t be reported for tests with @expectedException
- Improved discoverability of Recursive Search in Find Window


PhpStorm 2017.3.1 Build 173.3942.32
- Support custom templates variables in ‘new class’ dialog
- Fix “Structure view is always collapsed”
- Fix Tool Window docking issue
- Fix “Unable to update issue state from Open Task dialog”


PhpStorm 2017.3 Build 173.3757.138
- Brand new editor-based REST client. With the new REST client, all the powers of the PhpStorm code editor are now available for your REST requests.
- Significant performance improvements. Typing latency in very complex PHP files has decreased significantly. We've examined typing latency in the mPDF main file, which is a 38k-line-long mix of PHP, JS, and HTML, and it is down by 75% in PhpStorm 2017.3!
- New inspections for exception handling. Three new inspection Unhandled exception, Redundant @throws and Redundant catch clause with corresponding Quick Fixes will help you take exceptions under your control!
- Test generation improvements. Now you can create Codespec and PhpSpec classes and create test methods!
- Improved Twig support. We've implemented language injections for Twig custom tags and named blocks as well as improved Twig formatting that can now handle complex structures.