Tag: VVV

PhpStorm, Xdebug, Vagrant, PuPHPet, and You

Published 2 years 5 months ago on February 2, 2015

I’ve really embraced fully utilizing Vagrant for all of my local development. I don’t use it to replicate client environments, or share a Vagrant box amongst my development team (I work solo) but I find myself aligning with the idea of having this sandbox to work in. Prior to that I used MAMP Pro and […]

My Move from MAMP Pro to Vagrant for WordPress Development

Published 2 years 8 months ago on November 5, 2014

I recently upgraded to a new computer and in doing so shook up my entire development environment. My last was based on MAMP Pro for a number of reasons. Primarily: it just worked. I rarely had to bring up the GUI, everything was just ‘native’ and I went about my business building stuff for the […]

Write your own code profiler in PHP

Published 2 years 10 months ago on August 11, 2014

I’ve made it a focus of mine over the next few months to tighten my belt on tests and profiling, specifically with my WordPress projects. I’ve been doing a lot of tinkering with Vagrant, VVV, Xdebug, and xhprof with the specific intent of easily profiling my code. I was quick to discover that while these […]

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