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Zend Framework Tutorial Series Part 2 - Debugging your application
June 14, 2010 @ 09:11:12

On the phpDevelopment blog today Anderi Gabreanu has posted the second part in this Zend Framework tutorial series with a look at how to successfully debug your application with the help of the ZFDebug Toolbar.

Continuing with the tutorial series, we will see how to debug the application. Debugging include easy to use methods of printing data on the screen, including ZFDebug Toolbar in order to manage all errors and queries, using the logger to log messages to Firebug, using a simple debug function that will place debug messages in your ZFDebug Toolbar, in a special Debug panel, using a redirect debug function in order to see what is happening during your requests, using redirect in a Controller plugin.

He shows how to set up your index file (front controller) to make the ZFDebug toolbar work with your application and how to relay messages back out for your to view.

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