On some systems, primarily in Windows, the 3-rd party plugin “Emmet” registers keyboard shortcuts that interfere with the German keyboard layout. This is immediately noticeable when a programmer tries to type in code that contains square brackets ( ‘[' and ']‘ ). This article provides a solution.
There are situations when manual Zend Studio registration is needed, i.e. a registration procedure that bypasses the standard Registration Dialog.
KDE users on Linux may face a theme related issue where in Zend Studio crashes at seemingly random actions or even fails to start with segmentation fault “Problematic frame: C [libgobject-2.0.so.0+0x1a6b8] g_object_get_qdata+0×18″. The problem is caused by the incompatibility of the selected GTK2 theme with Eclipse.
As a PHP developer, you work with your favorite IDE for eight hours every single day, so it is absolutely necessary to understand what can be achieved by all the features Zend Studio provides – and what should be avoided. Below is a list of ideas we have collected explaining a variety of different ways to improve Studio’s performance.
This article’s aim is to describe the remote debugging principles of working, and to list the requirements for making the pre-set breakpoints work. This article also explains the remote debugging session flow and the concept of breakpoints and Path Mapping.
The functionality of Zend Studio can sometimes easily be extended using the Eclipse platform features. This article suggests a way to synchronize your projects with a remote Linux server using ‘rsync’.
Zend Studio for Eclipse is supporting the latest Zend Framework and you might need the latest library code referred in your updated projects.
The internal Zend Studio debugger does not support i5/OS functions. The way to use Studio for i5/OS with your i5 is to use Remote Debugging.
When the PHP Project with Remote Server Support is completed, you will be able to edit and debug scripts stored locally in a specified folder, and automatically or manually upload edited scripts to the application directory on the IBM i IFS.
Starting with Zend Studio 9, the product consists of two major sets of components – the core features and add-on features. This article explains how to create a local LAN mirror of the Zend Studio add-ons update site.
This article provides several ways of changing Zend Studio workspace and migrating existing projects into the new workspace.
When remotely debugging a PHP application running on a Windows server (Zend Server), an error message appears. This article provides a workaround for the cases when the problem is caused by a FastCGI timeout.
In many environments it may be the case that the debugging session is prevented by some network obstacles (firewalls, routers, proxy servers, etc.). To allow safe and effective bypassing of network obstructions you can setup an SSH Tunnel for remote debugging with Zend Studio.
When importing Zend Studio for Eclipse 6.x projects into the workspace of Zend Studio 7.0.0, the standard PHP functions, such as print_r(), explode(), count(), etc. are not recognized as valid functions. This article provides a workaround for this problem.
This article provides the list of GET parameters that can be used to trigger and control a debug session.
Overview The WYSIWYG Editor was part of Zend Studio for Eclipse 6. However, it was removed from Zend Studio 7. This article explains how to install a basic WYSIWYG Editor plug-in for Zend Studio 7 (and up) – WST Web…
This article explains how to associate an unknown file extension (*.tpl, *.template, *.module) with the PHP Editor in Zend Studio for Eclipse.
Zend Studio for Eclipse is supplied with the bundled JRE. This article explains how to replace it with a different JRE.
This article explains how to use the Zend Debugger to debug command line PHP scripts without a dedicated web server, i.e. how to start a debug session from the command line.