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I have read this here

but can't find any official confirmation.

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migrated from Mar 21 '10 at 15:21

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In this thread, Native Support for PHP in Visual Studio 2010, it's said:

Visual Studio 2010 will NOT natively support PHP coding...
There are external add-ins to Visual Studio like VS.PHP which can help with that.

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PHP will not be supported out of the box with Visual Studio 2010, but you can add PHP support with this free project: VS.PHP

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It's good practice to first check if your answer was already given by someone else. – harrymc Mar 21 '10 at 15:58
VS.PHP is definitely not free ... – Jakub Míšek May 10 '12 at 13:27

I would recommend PHP Tools for Visual Studio which is free (with an option to purchase additional features); from my experience - much faster, smarter and stable (in contrast to VS.PHP).

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