The following screencasts show the various functionality of this product.
PhpDoc comment generation
This tutorial shows VS.Php ability to create PhpDoc comments automatically based on the function or class definition.
This tutorial covers three new intellisense features: html intellisense, auto suggest and selection filtering. These features are designed to improve the overall productivity of the developer.
This tutorial shows the new intellisense support for Php arrays provided in VS.Php. It supports showing array entries as well as understanding the types of each array entries.
This tutorial shows the basic integration between intellisense and PhpDoc comments. PhpDoc comments assist in the intellisense support by giving types to variables.
Code Outlining Tutorial
This tutorial demonstrates the collapse to definition feature. This feature is very useful when working on large files because it lets you view your code in a more manageable way.
User references lets you configure which files are included in intellisense for the whole project.
This tutorial shows the new Smarty editor for VS.Php. It includes color coding and intellisense support for smarty tags, html tags as well as Php code blocks.
This tutorial shows you how you can debug Php server side code along with client side code. VS.Php is the first Php IDE to provide this level of integration for debugging rich web applications.
Customize your php.ini file
This tutorial shows you how to customize the default php.ini file for local projects
Debug Output Window
This tutorial shows you how to use the debug output window to inspect the html generated by a Php script.
Configuring Debug Engine
This tutorial shows how to select between XDebug and DBG within VS.Php built-in preview engine.
IIS7 Project Wizard
Create PHP projects that run in your local IIS7 web server. VS.Php sets everything for you to host and debug your PHP application.
Website copy allows you to use a drag-n-drop interface to synchronize files between your local machine and the remote server.
Command Line Projects
This tutorial illustrates the ability to work on command line projects. These projects don't require a webserver or a browser.
Remote Server Projects
This tutorial illustrates the ability to work on remote servers directly as if the files were local.
This tutorial illustrates how you can import a project from a remote server to your local machine. You can later work on the project as a regular local project..