When you are coding, things happen. When code goes live, things happen. Sometime, when those things happen it isn't practical, or in some cases even possible, to use XDebug in a fancy IDE. The old fashioned, light weight approach of echoing variables from deep inside the code comes to the rescue. But, echo and var_export have are not the most friendly or productive tools. This is where Xmf\Debug is your friend.


Output this when executed:

Clicking on the dump line opens it:

You can dump multiple variable in one line:

    \Xmf\Debug::dump($counter, $output, $handler);

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Always there, Xmf\Debug can be a handy tool to keep in mind.

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