Friday 27th May, 2016
10:30am to 11:30am
phpdbg has been bundled with PHP since version 5.6, and it provides first-class runtime debugging for PHP without needing to install an extension. It is easier to get up and running than XDebug, and it provides a usable command line interface without requiring IDE integration (although that exists too!). In this talk, I will walk through examples showing how to use phpdbg to find and track problems with web pages, CLI scripts, and PHPUnit test suites.
Western Australian living in Vancouver, working on New Relic's PHP agent by day and PHP itself by night.
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