I don't know about other languages but for PHP:
I used PHPStorm back in the days when I still used PHP.
I switched to WebStorm when I switched to JS, but it just wasn't the same, because JS just didn't have the same static typing features PHP had.
With TypeScript becoming the de facto type-system for JS, I thought about trying WebStorm again, but VSCode simply has the best TypeScript integration.
Actually I find that Webstorm works well with Typescript. It even enables you to generate code (like constructors), and it's really a feature that I miss (or didn't find?) in VS Code.
LOL, absolutely! :-D
If you're coding stuff in PHP, your editor is only your second problem....
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