Posts marked with “debugging”

Education Station: What Went Wrong

by · April 3, 2019

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The very first thing you need to do when something goes wrong is to get a good handle on the situation and find out what’s wrong. Many users first instincts are to get frustrated and say, “This is broken!” and expect you to figure it out. While there can be lots of places to look, narrowing down the possible causes can help greatly.

 

Masterful Code Management – August 2018

by · August 3, 2018

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In this issue: Xdebug, Freelancing, Parsing text, MySQL Generated Columns, Gitflow, PhpStorm, and more.

 

Debugging PHP With Xdebug

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Debugging in PHP can be tedious and prone to errors when using var_dump and echo statements. Xdebug is a powerful tool that can be used for debugging PHP more effectively and for gaining better insights into what an application is actually doing. In this article we will cover setting up an PhpStorm with Xdebug, how […]

 

January 2015 Issue is Out!

by · January 23, 2015

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I often speak on how I’ve been a subscriber of php[architect] since 2005. I absolutely loved that there was a magazine solely for PHP developers. It reminded me of the heydays of MacAddict (before it went downhill) and Macworld (remember, I’m a designer, too). Sure, a lot of the articles and concepts were way over […]

 

Browser extensions for your Xdebug pleasure

by · February 18, 2010

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The popular open-source PHP debugger written by core developer Derick Rethans is easier than ever to use from your favourite browser.