Set up PhpStorm to use PHP with PHPUnit and xDebug in Docker

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  • #2114
    Pen-y-Fan
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    This is my latest blog on how I [set up PhpStorm to use PHP with PHPUnit and xDebug in Docker](https://pen-y-fan.github.io/2020/10/10/Set-up-PhpStorm-to-use-PHP-with-PHPUnit-and-xDebug-in-Docker/). I hope others will find this useful.

    #2115
    laygo3
    Guest

    Awesome. Doing this a couple of years ago definitely increased my proficiency. I can’t live without xdebug anymore.

    #2116
    senthuu27
    Guest

    I will try this as soon AS i can. Im stuck on this topic for literally weeks now. I Hope this Tutorial will Help me 🤧😭

    #2117
    really_accidental
    Guest

    Thanks man! Not sure if i’m going to use it but detailled guides such is this one are always welcome!

    #2118
    morefire13
    Guest

    Nice, I will set this up for my workstation.

    #2119
    32gbsd
    Guest

    Setting this up right now!

    #2120
    mozarcik
    Guest

    On Linux xdebug in docker instead of setting remote host you can use remote connect back. This doesn’t work unfortunately on macos, don’t know about windows.

    #2121
    Lunna21
    Guest

    That’s a pretty nice theme. What is it called?

    #2122
    heyShplade
    Guest

    Really nice thanks.

    #2123
    Nayte91
    Guest

    Not going to lie, I was absolutely pumped by this topic, but I didn’t understand a single thing about your post, not even how you are supposed to use the whole thing. I’m learning docker, know how to do basic things but here’s some advanced subtilities I can’t understand.

    Main problem is that you don’t really drive trough the steps, I can’t figure where you speak about optional things, anecdotes or mandatory parts.

    If you can just make this easer for noobs, I shall use this everyday. Even learn specifically what I don’t understand in your advanced setup. Thank you in advance !

    #2124
    MUK99
    Guest

    Why are you using docker-compose version 2.. you’re way behind

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