command + 1
command + o
Navigate -> Class...
A symbol is like a controller method (i.e. actionRun)
option + command + o
Navigate -> Symbol...
shift + command + o
Navigate -> File...
View -> Appearance -> Navigation Bar
View -> Appearance -> Status Bar
View -> Appearance -> Tool Window Bars
preferences -> Editor -> Editor Tabs -> tab placement -> none
Shift + Command + A
Command + F12
Command + Up arrow
Use the arrow keys to move to the folder you want. Press command + n when you want to create something new.
Make sure to select the file type you are using to save some keystrokes (i.e. PHP class)
You can also create your own file type and template
command + E
to toggle back and forth quickly press command + E and then enter.
option + up arrow as many times as you need to get the block you need
Select the code block you want and press shift and shift again. type in live template and select save as live template. Make sure to select the appropriate applications.
You can also add $var$ in your code snippet so that when you fill out one part it will automatically fill out the other parts where the save value applies.
You might want to disable Emment -> HTML in the preferences for now.
You can also edit variables and use functions on those variables.
Here is a screen shot example of a code snippet from the video:
place cursor any where in the line and press command + c or command + x and it will automatically do the whole line.
You can select lines of code and press control + t. Then you can refactor in various ways. One way is the use the selected lives and extract them into their own method automatically. Another is to put your cursor into a method name and then press control + t to rename the method where ever it exists.
You can also refactor and pull a method up to the parent.
Place cursor in class name, and then press control + t and then select rename.
Place your cursor in the class name, control + t, and then extract interface
Put your cursor over a value, press control + t, and then variable. You can do the opposite with inline
Command + n and then constructor
Press option + return and then initialize
Press option + return and import class
Put your cursor in the first word for multiple cursor and then press control + g and keep pressing it until all the instances are selected.
You can also automatically select all the instances all at once by pressing control + command + g
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