In this short video we look at how we can quickly open files using PHPStorm. This is super handy when navigating about on anything other than a tiny code base.
The shortcut to remember is either ctrl + shift + n (Windows / Linux) or shift + cmd + o (Mac)
Aside from that one being a little basic and well known, there is also shift (double pressed) which will open up any file based on method names inside that file. Very handy, if a little more obscure.
Lastly we look at how we can use the colon to jump to a specific line in a specific file. It's very handy when tracing errors or navigating through some large and unwieldy files.
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