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by Mombuyish ALL

sublime snippets is powerful function, customize some snippets to create PHP useful method and class

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sublime-fast-snippets-with-php

Sublime snippets is powerful functions, customize some snippets to create PHP useful method and class.

Installation

Changing directory to your sublime configure local:

ubuntu:

.config/sublime-text-3/Packages/User

mac:

~/Library/Application Support/Sublime Text 3/Packages/User

windows:

Sublime Text 3/Packages/User

and you can do git clone:

git clone https://github.com/Mombuyish/sublime-fast-snippets-with-php.git

or you can also download .zip and unzip, put in there.

Usage

Here is customize shortcuts in sublime.

Support tab to previous/next slug.

As you can see, I add new functions , references by PHPStorm.

shortcut function
_c build construct method
class build class with namespace
aclass build abstract class with namespace
echo echo
fore foreach
forek foreach with key
inc include
inco include_once
prif build private method
prisf build private static method
prof build protected method
prosf build protected static method
pubf build public method
pubsf build public static method
rqr require
rqro require_once
thr throw new…

Notice

Those shortcuts are active .php file, Use <?php to define the file type.

Enjoy it.