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How to Run PHP Using Visual Studio Code

Next steps

Read on to find out about:

  • Extension Marketplace – Browse the extensions others have shared
  • Debugging – Learn more about VS Code debugging

Getting Started with PHP Tools

Welcome to PHP Tools for Visual Studio. The following guide will help you with the basics, so you can quickly start working with PHP in Microsoft Visual Studio.

Note: PHP Tools for Visual Studio is a Visual Studio extension. Please note, licensing of Visual Studio Express does not allow the extensibility. Thus PHP Tools does not support VS Express editions.

Customization

The Visual Studio environment is fully customizable. Most common tasks you may want to customize are listed below.

File Extension Being Opened by PHP Editor

In addition to default .php file extension, you can configure other file extensions to be edited with PHP editor capabilities. This is useful when you work on projects using non-standard file extensions for PHP script file, like .php5, .inc or .module. Go to

Menu | Tools | Options

, into section

Text Editor | File Extensions

, and map additional file extensions you need to PHP Editor.

Fonts and Colors

PHP Editor respects current users color scheme. Any color in the editor or in Visual Studio environment itself can be configured. Go to

Menu | Tools | Options

, in section

Environment | Fonts and Colors

, and modify any display item listed. PHP specific colors are prefixed with PHP. Other colors are shared with Visual Studio built-in colors – Identifier, Keyword, Comment, String, Number, Text.

Keyboard Mappings

PHP Tools respects the Visual Studio keyboard scheme. Shortcuts used to work with your projects and editor can be managed in

Menu | Tools | Options

, in the section

Environment | Keyboard

.

PHP Editor Options

Options of PHP Editor includes adjustment of code formatting behavior, change tab sizes, fine-tune IntelliSense, disable outlining of various code blocks and more. Go to

Menu | Tools | Options

, and navigate to section

Text Editor | PHP

for additional settings.

How to Run PHP Using Visual Studio Code
How to Run PHP Using Visual Studio Code

Quick start

First, install PHP Tools for Visual Studio

Create your PHP project

After the installation:

  • Select Create a new project from the start page or File > New > Project… from the title bar
  • In the language combo box select PHP, select PHP Web Project, then select Next
  • Name your project and select Create.
  • At this point, you can select the project template. Let’s choose Empty Web Site and select Next:
  • Now, you can select which PHP version to set for the project. For this short tutorial, we can go with PHP 8.1 and select Finish. PHP Tools will check your environment and install and configure PHP which is set up in the project:

Use the PHP Editor in Visual Studio

When the installation is finished, the project will open. In the editor, you can hover over any symbol to get a tooltip. Or press Ctrl + Space to see the IntelliSense for the current context.

Run and Debug PHP in Visual Studio

Place a breakpoint F9 and hit F5 to run the project and start debugging. The server which is configured in the project (by default it’s PHP’s built-in Web server) will run and a browser opens. Then the breakpoint will get hit.

Congratulations! You are debugging PHP in Visual Studio.

This was a simple walkthrough of how PHP Tools for Visual Studio can be used where you have one project in the solution. A more complex setup is possible: developers can add PHP projects to their existing solutions (*.sln) – having one IDE should make their life easier, or they can work with PHP just by opening a folder. More tutorials can be found on DEVSENSE’s documentation.

Run and Debug Your PHP Project

Once you have your PHP Project, you can run the application and debug. Debugging allows you to run the application and stopping on breakpoints F9, stepping on the next line F10, inside a function call F11, out of the function call Shift+F11 or inspecting and modifying variables. You can see e.g. local variables, super-global variables and current call stack.

To run and debug the project, ensure it is properly configured (see below) and press F5 (or in

Menu | Debug | Start Debugging

). You can also run the project without debugging by pressing Ctrl+F5.

Configuring PHP

Running the application locally requires properly configured PHP. To enable support for debugging, PHP extension Xdebug has to be installed and configured as well.

PHP Tools help with the setup in two ways.

Once you start your first application F5 and there is no valid PHP installation found, you can download and setup a recommended version of PHP with pre-configured Xdebug within one click from Microsoft Web Platform Installer. This is the most recommended option for most users.

For users with custom requirements or requiring to use their existing PHP installation, PHP Tools help by checking the configuration and suggesting recommended fixes eventually.

The issues dialog is shown automatically if there is an issue with configuration during the project startup. It can also be invoked manually from

Menu | Tools | Options

, in

PHP Tools | Interpreter

, by clicking onto View Recommendations.

A list of PHP installations and their configuration can be found in

Menu | Tools | Options

, in

PHP Tools | Interpreter

. You can see the version of PHP, whether Xdebug is detected and whether there are possible configuration issues. In case of an issue, you can click on the View Recommendations warning and automatically apply the recommended and suggested settings.

Remote Debugging and Custom Web Server

To run the application on a remote server or locally using a not-listed Web Server, go to project properties. Select Custom Web Server and enter its URL.

In this case, PHP and Xdebug configurations are not checked whether they are installed or configured properly. You have to make sure that:

  • The project files are published onto the remote server before debugging or the web server is mapped onto your local project folder.
  • PHP and Xdebug are configured on the custom web server.
  • Xdebug configuration allows remote debugging.
  • Custom server is running and is accessible from the URL you specified.
How to run PHP on Visual Studio Code
How to run PHP on Visual Studio Code

PHP extensions

There are many PHP language extensions available on the VS Code Marketplace and more are being created. You can search for PHP extensions from within VS Code in the Extensions view (⇧⌘X (Windows, Linux Ctrl+Shift+X)) then filter the extensions dropdown list by typing ‘php’.

Disable built-in PHP support

To disable the built-in PHP smart completions in favor of suggestions from an installed PHP extension, uncheck PHP > Suggest: Basic, which sets

php.suggest.basic

to false in your

settings.json

file.

Next steps

If PHP development in Visual Studio is interesting to you, please install PHP Tools for Visual Studio and make sure to let the authors know how you like it, what features you are missing or if you run into anything that could be further improved. You can reach them at DEVSENSE’s PHP Tools Community Forum.

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PHP Tools for Visual Studio

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For Visual Studio 2022
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PHP Tools for Visual Studio Code

Entire PHP IDE as an extension for Visual Studio Code

For Visual Studio Code
  • Version: 1.44.14997
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PHP in Visual Studio Code

Visual Studio Code is a great editor for PHP development. You get features like syntax highlighting and bracket matching, IntelliSense (code completion), and snippets out of the box and you can add more functionality through community-created VS Code extensions.

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How to Run PHP in Visual Studio Code on Windows 10 [ 2021 Update ] VS Code + PHP [ PHP Developers ]

Linting

VS Code uses the official PHP linter (

php -l

) for PHP language diagnostics. This allows VS Code to stay current with PHP linter improvements.

Tip: Using XAMPP? Install the full version of PHP in order to obtain the development libraries.

There are three settings to control the PHP linter:


  • php.validate.enable

    : controls whether to enable PHP linting at all. Enabled by default.

  • php.validate.executablePath

    : points to the PHP executable on disk. Set this if the PHP executable is not on the system path.

  • php.validate.run

    : controls whether the validation is triggered on save (value:

    "onSave"

    ) or on type (value:

    "onType"

    ). Default is on save.

To change the PHP settings, open your User or Workspace Settings (⌘, (Windows, Linux Ctrl+,)) and type ‘php’ to filter the list of available settings.

To set the PHP executable path, select the Edit in settings.json link under PHP > Validate: Executable Path, which will open your user

settings.json

file. Add the

php.validate.executablePath

setting with the path to your PHP installation:

Windows


{ "php.validate.executablePath": "c:/php/php.exe" }

Linux and macOS


{ "php.validate.executablePath": "/usr/bin/php" } or { "php.validate.executablePath": "/usr/local/bin/php" }

Editing a PHP File

PHP Tools provides Visual Studio with a smart editor of PHP files.

This allows you to work with great overview of your code, taking advantage of navigation bar, outlining, syntax highlighting; even with PHP, HTML, JavaScript or CSS mixed together, smart auto-completion Ctrl+Space taking into account the current code context, tooltip assistance, help integration F1, jump to definition F12 and live error underlining helping you to build error-free code.

Built-in code snippets help you to write code fast avoiding typos. You can insert a code snippet Ctrl+K,X like new function body, for loop, try/catch construct and more to speed up your development. Newly inserted snippet is automatically formatted and cursor position moved directly inside the new code so you can type your code instantly. Moreover selected area of a code can be surrounded by a snippet Ctrl+K,S to avoid the need of copy-pasting and other refactoring.

PHP in Visual Studio 2019 | Getting Started
PHP in Visual Studio 2019 | Getting Started

Test Your Application

PHP project integrates into Visual Studio Test Explorer. Go to

Menu | Test | Windows | Test Explorer

to manage the test cases. Project files are scanned and PHP Unit test cases are automatically listed within the Test Explorer window.

Within the window, you can start or debug your test cases using built-in PHP Unit framework.

Note: availability of the Test Explorer feature depends on your edition of Visual Studio.

PHP Tools for Visual Studio transparently integrate into Microsoft Visual Studio, and extend it with the support for PHP language. The extension is focused on developer productivity respecting conventions. It understands the code, provides smart code completion, quick navigation, error checking, code validation, code formatting, integrated PHP manual, built-in web server, debugging support, test explorer integration, composer package manager, and more.

Well-Known IDE

• Respecting Visual Studio guidelines
• Automatic updates & Easy installation
• Version control support (TFS, Git, SVN, …)
• Seamless integration respecting conventions
• High-performance environment

Smart PHP editor

• Full PHP 5.4 – 8.2 support
• PHP IntelliSense
• HTML/CSS/JS support
• Smarty, Twig, Blade templating
• Real-Time Code Validation
• Shows embedded documentation

Visual Debugging

• Breakpoints in PHP and JavaScript
• Inspect variables, watches
• Immediate Window
• Multiple session debugging

HTML/JS/CSS support

• Visual Studio HTML Editor
• Syntax Highlighting, Schema validation
• Formatting, Outlining, Commenting
• Full IntelliSense
• Web Essentials support

Code Navigation

• Browse declarations within your solution
• Quickly search through available symbols
• Navigate directly to symbol definitions
• Navigate To, Class View, Object Browser, …

Integrated PHP manual

• PHP functions & constants & classes
• Integrated documentation
• Search available symbols while typing
• PHPDoc support

PHP Tools for Visual Studio transparently integrate into Microsoft Visual Studio, and extend it with the support for PHP language. The extension is focused on developer productivity respecting conventions. It understands the code, provides smart code completion, quick navigation, error checking, code validation, code formatting, integrated PHP manual, built-in web server, debugging support, test explorer integration, composer package manager, and more.

Well-Known IDE

• Respecting Visual Studio guidelines
• Automatic updates & Easy installation
• Version control support (TFS, Git, SVN, …)
• Seamless integration respecting conventions
• High-performance environment

Smart PHP editor

• Full PHP 5.4 – 8.2 support
• PHP IntelliSense
• HTML/CSS/JS support
• Smarty, Twig, Blade templating
• Real-Time Code Validation
• Shows embedded documentation

Visual Debugging

• Breakpoints in PHP and JavaScript
• Inspect variables, watches
• Immediate Window
• Multiple session debugging

HTML/JS/CSS support

• Visual Studio HTML Editor
• Syntax Highlighting, Schema validation
• Formatting, Outlining, Commenting
• Full IntelliSense
• Web Essentials support

Code Navigation

• Browse declarations within your solution
• Quickly search through available symbols
• Navigate directly to symbol definitions
• Navigate To, Class View, Object Browser, …

Integrated PHP manual

• PHP functions & constants & classes
• Integrated documentation
• Search available symbols while typing
• PHPDoc support

PHP in Visual Studio

PHP is one of the most popular programming languages for server-side web development. It’s used in many frameworks and CSMs like WordPress, Laravel, Symfony, and others which are behind a sizable chunk of the Internet.

Visual Studio is a powerful IDE, but its focus didn’t align with some languages, PHP being one of them. As time progressed more languages found their way to Visual Studio, like Python and eventually PHP. A Prague-based company called DEVSENSE developed an extension called PHP Tools for Visual Studio which has been available in the Visual Studio ecosystem for over a decade.

Since its inception PHP Tools for Visual Studio was a paid extension, offering a free trial. Now, that’s changed. DEVSENSE is releasing a big part of their offering as a free extension, leaving some features as paid ones. That allows PHP developers to work in Visual Studio and take advantage of all the great stuff which is available.

That means developers will get IntelliSense, formatting, project system, on-the-fly code analysis, composer (PHP dependency management) integration and other advanced editor-related features for free. In the latest version, PHP Tools support PHP 8.2 which hasn’t been released officially yet, and other things like generics which are a must-have for frameworks like Laravel. Other features like debugging, refactoring, unit testing, and code lens are available in the premium offering. The detailed comparison matrix can be found at https://www.devsense.com/purchase

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PHP Extensions For VSCode | How To Install PHP Extension In Visual Studio Code | Simplilearn

Getting to know the IDE

The Visual Studio main window is divided into several areas – menu bar, status bar, editor area, side panel containing the Solution Explorer, and various toolbars. All the positions can be changed. The following image describes the default layout.

When you launch Visual Studio, you are welcomed with the Start Page. This allows you to open recent projects or create new ones quickly.

When a project is opened, you can see the files that are a part of the project in the Solution Explorer. The Solution Explorer allows you to manage, search and open files, their properties and the project properties.

The editor area contains opened files. It allows you to see and modify the content, and take advantage of advanced IntelliSense features, navigation features, syntax highlighting, live error detection and more.

That’s It

Thank you for reading our quick start guide. There is much more you can do with Visual Studio and PHP Tools. For more tips and/or questions, please see the rest of the documentation and the product’s features page.

Tiện ích mở rộng mới hỗ trợ lập trình PHP trong Visual Studio 2017

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Một tiện ích mở rộng mới trong Visual Studio Tools Marketplace cung cấp hỗ trợ cho lập trình PHP làm việc với Visual Studio 2017.

Được cung cấp bởi Prague-based Devsense, tiện ích mới này hứa hẹn sẽ biến Visual Studio thành một môi trường phát triển PHP mạnh mẽ.

Cho tới thời điểm hiện tại VS 2017 có lượt tải về hơn hẳn so với các phiên bản trước 2010-2015. Hiện đã có sẵn bản dùng thử miễn phí, tuy nhiên chi tiết giá bản chính thức tới nay vẫn chưa được tiết lộ. Nhưng trên trang web của sản phẩm cho biết giấy phép dành cho cá nhân có giá $ 79 trong khi giấy phép thương mại là $ 149.

Nó hỗ trợ PHP phiên bản 7.1, 7.0, 5.6, 5.5 và 5.4, cung cấp IntelliSense, code completion, và hỗ trợ một số chức năng mới chẳng hạn như visual debug, một số hướng dẫn PHP tích hợp.

Tìm hiểu chi tiết về chức năng mới của PHP Tools cho Visual Studio tại đây

Chỉ trong tuần này, trong báo cáo thị trường cho biết: ” PHP Tool cho Visual Studio hoà nhập nhanh chóng vào Microsoft Visual Studio, với những tiện ích hỗ trợ cho PHP. Tiện ích mới giúp tăng hiệu suất của lập trình viên. Nó hiểu code, mang đến code completion thông minh, điều hướng nhanh, kiểm tra lỗi cú pháp, hướng dẫn PHP tích hợp, hệ thống dự án, hỗ trợ debug và hơn thế nữa. ”

Hiện tại PHP Tools cho Visual Studio đã được 2.259 lượt cài đặt, nhưng chỉ có 2 đánh giá 5.0 ( đánh giá cao nhất)

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How to run PHP in Visual Studio Code on Windows 10/11 [2024 Update] PHP Developers
How to run PHP in Visual Studio Code on Windows 10/11 [2024 Update] PHP Developers

First PHP project

Most of the features in Visual Studio work within the context of a project. Debugging, IntelliSense, testing or configuring web server depends on a PHP project. The project corresponds to a single application or a library, it can be bound to a source control or configured to publish modified files onto a remote server.

Projects in Visual Studio work with a local copy of your files. To push them on a server, you have to deploy your files – either by configuring automatic publish or by your own.

There are several ways to create a new project in Visual Studio by:

  • Creating a new PHP project from scratch.
  • Creating a PHP project around existing files.
  • Importing existing files into a project.

New PHP Project from Scratch

An empty PHP Project is the simplest way of getting started with PHP Tools. Go to ‘Menu | File | New | Project’ and look for ‘PHP’ group. Find the project template you need and confirm.

Additional files and directories can be added in various ways:

  • In

    Menu

    or

    Solution Explorer | Project | Add New Item
  • Drag & Drop from Windows Explorer into Solution Explorer
  • Enabling Show All Files in Solution Explorer to see all the files physically present within the project directory and including them into the project

New Project in an Existing Folder

If you already have files in a local folder, you can create PHP Project in that folder with all the files included. Navigate to

Menu | File | New | Project From Existing Code ...

(Note availability of this feature depends on Visual Studio edition) and walk through the wizard steps.

Importing Local Files to a Project

If you already have a project, you can add existing files. See New PHP project from scratch for more information.

2 Answers

I do not see any free php extensions for visual studio 2017. Could you use visual studio code it is free and supports php development?

https://blogs.msdn.microsoft.com/nicktrog/2016/02/11/configuring-visual-studio-code-for-php-development/

  • Yes, I can use other IDEs, I just thought I’d give it a shot and ask anyway because I want to put all my development into one IDE. Nov 1, 2017 at 1:29

For the sake of completeness, this is an extension written for VS 2013 that can be hacked to install into VS 2017 with some parts allegedly working while some others not:

https://marketplace.visualstudio.com/items?itemName=SamHarwell.PHPLanguageSupport

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This site is dedicated to supporting PHP on Microsoft Windows. It also supports ports of PHP extensions or features as well as providing special builds for the various Windows architectures.

If you like to build your own PHP binaries, instructions can be found on the Wiki.

PECL extensions for Windows is being worked on.
Windows DLL can be downloaded right from the PECL website.
The PECL extension release and snapshot build directories are browsable directly.

If you are using PHP as FastCGI with IIS you should use the Non-Thread Safe (NTS) versions of PHP.

Please use the Apache builds provided by Apache Lounge. They provide VC15 and VS16 builds of Apache for x86 and x64. We use their binaries to build the Apache SAPIs.

With Apache, using the apache2handler SAPI, you have to use the Thread Safe (TS) versions of PHP.

More recent versions of PHP are built with VC15 or VS16 (Visual Studio 2017 or 2019 compiler respectively) and include improvements in performance and stability.

– The VC15 and VS16 builds require to have the Visual C++ Redistributable for Visual Studio 2015-2019 x64 or x86 installed

TS refers to multithread capable builds. NTS refers to single thread only builds. Use case for TS binaries involves interaction with a multithreaded SAPI and PHP loaded as a module into a web server. For NTS binaries the widespread use case is interaction with a web server through the FastCGI protocol, utilizing no multithreading (but also for example CLI).

Profile Guided Optimization is an optimization feature available in Microsoft’s Visual C++ compiler that allows you to optimize an output file based on profiling data collected during test runs of the application or module.

Links:

PHP 7 provides full 64-bit support. The x64 builds of PHP 7 support native 64-bit integers, LFS, 64-bit memory_limit and much more.

x64 builds are recommended (almost all Windows installations support x64).

PHP 7.1+ supports long and UTF-8 paths. See the manual for details.

You may have already noticed that DLLs for new PECL releases are no longer available for several months. This is because the Windows PECL build machine died, and the team is still working on the long term plan of building DLLs for PECL extensions with a new CI process. We’re doing our best to finish that as soon as possible, and keep you up to date.

A week ago PHP 8.1.0 has been released and you may be eager to try it out, but you need one or more PECL packages for which there are no PHP 8.1 binary packages available yet, and you may wonder when these will be made available. Well, the PHP for Windows team does not want to provide possibly premature binary packages, so as usual, we will wait until late January or early February to trigger the mass build for all applicable PECL packages; that is, after PHP 8.1.2 has been released, what is currently scheduled for January, 20th. After the builds have been done, you can download the binary packages from pecl.php.net as usual.

Waiting for two months is no option for you? In that case you can download snapshot builds of some of the PECL packages. If there is no snapshot for your package available, consider to contact the team and to request that a snapshot for that package is being build. Note though, that these snapshot builds are not recommended for production. However, testing these and reporting issues is very welcome!

You may have noticed already that Windows DLLs are no longer available on PECL. Since the PHP for Windows team has no access to that machine to debug the problem, the best we could do is to file a respective bug report, and to hope that it will be fixed in a timely manner.

Anyhow, we keep building and monitoring the build results of all PECL packages for Windows. And you can download the DLLs from our server. Sorry for the inconvenience!

PS: this issue has been resolved!

As of PHP 8.1.0, the official Windows dependencies use libjpeg-turbo instead of libjpeg. The main reason is that libjpeg-turbo offers better performance, because it uses SIMD instructions on supported platforms (Windows x86 and x64 are supported). Note that many Linux distributions already use libjpeg-turbo for quite a while.

This is relevant for the GD extension, but may affect other extensions as well. Please file a bug report, if you experience any problems regarding this change.

You may have already noticed that we didn’t provide snapshot builds for PHP 8 for many months. There are no plans to change that, but users can get third party provided nighly builds.

We will, of course, continue to provide Windows builds of all PHP (pre-)releases. So watch out for the release of PHP 8.1.0alpha1, scheduled for 10 Jun 2021!

Due to a build system error which only has been noticed recently, so far the PHP 8.0.0 pre-release builds didn’t contain php_oci8_12c.dll and php_pdo_oci.dll in the ext/ folder. You can now separately download these files and copy them in your existing PHP-8.0.0beta1 installation (the DLLs are not suitable for the alpha releases). Make sure that you use the appropriate package (x64 vs. x86, and non thread-safe vs. thread-safe).

A few days ago, we have noticed that Windows Defender reports some files
in the PHP source and test packages as severe threat, claiming they would
constitute a backdoor (e.g. Backdoor:PHP/Dirtelti.MTF). These files
are auxiliary test files containing

eval

statements. Are
these files backdoors? That depends on the context, i.e. in this case
whether they are accessible via the Web. If they are, because they have
been uploaded to the webroot of a publicly available Webserver, for
instance, they may pose a serious threat. On the other hand, if they are
just used on a local machine for development and testing purpuses, they
are not malicious in any way.

So, if you experience such Windows Defender warnings, examine the reported files, make sure they don’t pose any threat, and then unblock them.

Happy PHPing on Windows!

As of PHP 7.4.0, the OpenSSL default config path changes from c:\usr\local\ssl\openssl.cnf to C:\Program Files\Common Files\SSL\openssl.conf for x64 builds, and C:\Program Files (x86)\Common Files\SSL\openssl.conf for x86 builds. These paths match the defaults of OpenSSL 1.1, and are more inline with the Windows folder structure than the old settings. Note that this path is still configurable via the environment variable OPENSSL_CONF. See also the installation section in the PHP manual.

We used Visual Studio 2019 to build the early releases of PHP 7.4 (up to and including 7.4.0beta2). And although Visual Studio 2019 is generally an improvement over Visual Studio 2017, due to compatibility issues we have decided to switch back to Visual Studio 2017 for our PHP 7.4 builds, and we are planning to stick with this for the complete lifetime of PHP 7.4.

Note that it is still possible to use Apache VS16 builds from Apachelounge in combination with PHP 7.4, since VS 2019 is forward compatible with VS 2017.

Our master snapshots are still built with Visual Studio 2019, and we are planning to stick with Visual Studio 2019 for PHP 8.0.

All binary packages we were offering contained “vc#” (for instance, “vc14”) in the filename to designate the Visual Studio version which has been used to build them. This number (“#”) has tradionally been the major number of the respective platform toolset. The preview releases of Visual Studio 2017 shipped with platform toolset 15.00, so we used “vc15” to mark the files. The first GA release of Visual Studio 2017, however, shipped with platform toolset 14.10 (to signal the backward compatibility), but the internal Visual Studio version number stayed 15.00. To avoid confusion with already distributed packages, we stuck with the “vc15” marker. For our Visual Studio 2019 builds (PHP 7.4 and master) we finally changed from “vc#” to “vs#” (note the “s”), where the number now designates the major internal Visual Studio version number. We are planning to stick with this new naming scheme for the foreseeable future.

Create Your First PHP Project using XAMPP and Visual Studio Code 2021
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