To dig more heavily into Sublime Text configuration, check out the dedicated series here at Laracasts.
It may sound foolish, but it's true that I do use two editors in my day-to-day workflow. I find that PHPStorm particularly provides some useful refactoring and analysis capabilities, as opposed to a tool like Sublime Text. In this episode, we'll install it and begin configuring and improving the visuals.
In this episode, we'll install PHPUnit globally, and figure out a clean workflow for triggering it in Sublime Text. Though a number of packages are available, I happen to prefer the simple Sublime-PHPUnit option, which can be installed through GitHub.
I'm fairly certain that I'm the only one who does this, but hear me out: I remap
Caps Lock to
Shift. Yes, not
Escape; I said
Shift. In this episode, I'll explain why, while demonstrating how to go about performing such a remapping (with Karabiner Elements).
Though Git allows you to define any number of aliases, they're still too long to write in this author's opinion. Instead, let's create a dedicated file on our machine for aliases, and build up a handful of Git-specific ones.
SSH keys provide a secure way to connect and login to a remote machine or server. Let's generate a default key, and then hook it up to GitHub, so that I can easily pull and push to my repositories.