PHPStorm Code Analysis


I’ve been using PhpStorm a while.. I found this feature that PhpStorm has.

Its very useful feature which you can check file codes if has error or warnings etc..

Detect not only compiling errors, but also different code inefficiencies. Whenever you have some unreachable code, unused code, non-localized string, unresolved method, memory leaks or even spelling problems – you’ll find it very quickly.

When an error is detected.

In case of a warning (undefined variables, unused variables etc..)

 

If everything is Ok see below

This really help you a lot.

Make you aware the status of your codes.

You can also detect if where are the error, warnings

If what line of in the file, see below

So make sure all you files has green check sign 🙂

Cheers!

Road to cordova – Windows 7 Installation


Follow these steps to install Cordova:

  1. Install Node.js. Cordova runs on the Node.js platform, which needs to be installed as the first step. Download installer from: http://nodejs.org
  2. Go ahead an run the downloaded installation file. It is recommended to use the default settings. Node.js needs to be added to the PATH environment variable, which is done by default.
  3. To test the installation, open a command window (make sure you open a new command window to get the updated path settings made by the Node.js installation), and type:
  1. node --version
  1. Install Git. Git is a version control system, which is used by Cordova behind-the-scenes. Download and install from: http://git-scm.com. Default settings are recommended.
  2. Install Cordova. Cordova is installed using the Node Package Manager (npm). Type the following in the command window to install:
    npm install -g cordova
  3. Test the Cordova install by typing:
    cordova --version

    If you see the version number, you have successfully installed Apache Cordova!

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