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How to use PhpStorm with a web server?

How to use PhpStorm with a web server?

To use it with PHP files, you need a local PHP interpreter specified for your project. When the interpreter is configured, PhpStorm will automatically start the PHP Built-In Web Server and redirect all PHP requests to it as soon as you run your PHP application.

Where do I find PHP interpreter in PhpStorm?

On the PHP page, choose the relevant PHP installation from the CLI Interpreter list and click next to the field. The list shows all the PHP installations available in PhpStorm, see Configuring Local PHP Interpreters and Configuring Remote PHP Interpreters. The version of the selected PHP installation.

Why is my PhpStorm not working on my Mac?

On macOS, you may get the php-cgi not found error when trying to use the built-in server. This indicates that PhpStorm is configured to use the PHP interpreter bundled with macOS, which does not contain the php-cgi module. Install an alternative PHP interpreter with the php-cgi module included. The most common options are as follows:

How to configure Xdebug in PhpStorm JetBrains?

Configuring Xdebug in PhpStorm In the Settings/Preferences dialog (Ctrl+Alt+S), select . Check the Xdebug installation associated with the selected PHP interpreter: On the PHP page, choose the relevant PHP installation from the CLI Interpreter list and click Browse next to the field. Define the Xdebug behaviour.

How to change php.ini file in PhpStorm?

I have installed WAMP server on my computer and tried to configure the PHP Interpreter in PhpStorm but it keeps pointing to the wrong php.ini file. How can I change it to the correct one? Let me know if you need more information. The place where php.ini that WAMP tells me to edit is C:\\wamp64\\bin\\apache\\apache2.4.17\\bin\\php.ini

Where do I find PhpStorm on my computer?

PhpStorm displays the version of the PHP engine detected in the specified folder and the debugger associated with this PHP engine in the php.ini file. In the Additional area of the CLI Interpreters dialog, you can optionally customize the configuration settings of the PHP installation.

Where do I find local interpreter in PhpStorm?

On the PHP page that opens, click next to the CLI Interpreter list. In the CLI Interpreters dialog that opens, click in the left-hand pane, then choose Local from the popup menu. If you already have a local interpreter configured in PhpStorm, it is also shown from the menu and the menu item changes to Other Local.

On macOS, you may get the php-cgi not found error when trying to use the built-in server. This indicates that PhpStorm is configured to use the PHP interpreter bundled with macOS, which does not contain the php-cgi module. Install an alternative PHP interpreter with the php-cgi module included. The most common options are as follows: