Tag: Xdebug

PhpStorm, Xdebug, Vagrant, PuPHPet, and You

Published 2 years 9 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 […]

Write your own code profiler in PHP

Published 3 years 2 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 […]

joehoyle/Time-Stack

Published 3 years 10 months ago on January 3, 2014

While everyone is spending time reflecting on 2013 with heartfelt goals for next year, I’ve been spending time reflecting on my toolset. Again. I’ve been a big fan of PhpStorm for the past year or so, but I couldn’t help myself from revisiting the last editor I used: Sublime Text 3. What prompted this? I […]

Improving Your Process: WordPress Development Using Xdebug

Published 6 years 7 months ago on March 28, 2011

Programming workflows have always been especially interesting to me. It may be due to the wide spectrum of detail that can be achieved from a workflow, and I’d like to see what’s truly useful and valuable as you go about writing code. Debugging is something I plan on researching further.

Seriously Considering the Move from Text Editor to an IDE

Published 6 years 7 months ago on March 14, 2011

The past year has shown me that my interest in programming is expanding. That said, it’s an entirely new discipline in which I need to refine my professionalism. There are certain aspects of working within an IDE that I feel will help me accomplish that.

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