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Zeeshan Ahmd
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Configuring PHP_CodeSniffer in PhpStorm

  1. Navigae to Preferences > Languages & Frameworks > PHP > Quality Tools and expand the PHP_CodeSniffer section and select Configuration to Local like following

  2. Next, we have to set the binary paths of PHP_CodeSniffer. For that click on the three dots button next to Configuration dropdown and then inside the opened dialog set the phpcs and phpcbf binary paths:

  3. Finally we have to enable the PHP_CodeSniffer in the IDE by navigating to Preferences > Editor > Inspections > PHP > Quality Tools and enable the PHP CS Fixer validation and PHP_CodeSniffer validation.

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