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Going back to a php project after writing loads of typescript on a node stack, I suddenly miss the instantanious feedback loop on file save via `nodemon` for basic scripts and `mocha --watch --reporter min` for tests.

Using phpunit, I currently have to rerun the test manually whenever I feel like. Which now feels so annoying. Cause I didn't know besser.

Now I was searching for something similar in php and I find answers[1] pointing me to use either set up some npm hooks or set up gulp task or to use pywatch. phpstorm also is supposed to support file watchers and run test on every save, yet setting them up feels clunky.

[1] http://stackoverflow.com/questions/...

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    I feel you bro, I use browser-sync with .Net to autoreload the site every time a change is made, miss the J's stack
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