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Matt Curry's Blog:
Interactive Plugin For CakePHP Console and DebugKit
June 10, 2009 @ 09:33:36

Matt Curry has released a new plugin for running code against a CakePHP installation (either via DebugKit or the command line).

I teased this on twitter last week, so here's the official release. The interactive plugin is a super easy way to run code against your Cake app. You can use it either through a custom panel in the DebugKit or from the command line as a shell.

The plugin [github] allows you to run all sorts of operations - simple PHP commands, Cake functions, application code, debugging statements and SQL queries.

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Matt Curry's Blog:
Check Out These Upgrades I Made To The CakePHP DebugKit
January 30, 2009 @ 10:21:25

Matt Curry has posted a screencast about some of the updates that he's made to the CakePHP Debug Kit:

I've been doing some upgrades on the CakePHP DebugKit and wanted to share them with everyone. I figured doing a quick screencast would be faster then writing a post. Was I wrong. It took me like an hour to record this, even though the running time is just over two minutes.

Included in the updates is the ability to select a page from the History and get all of the statistics for that request (instead of just teh current page like it was before). You can grab this latest version from his page on github: http://github.com/mcurry/debug_kit/tree/master.

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Matt Curry's Blog:
Did You Guys Know About The CakePHP DebugKit?
January 27, 2009 @ 08:47:08

Matt Curry points out a tool that several CakePHP developers might not know about - the CakePHP debug kit.

You know when there's something out there that you know you will like, but for whatever reason you don't check it out right away. Like the TV show Arrested Development or fleece. That was me with the CakePHP DebugKit. For those even more out of the loop then me, the DebugKit is a CakePHP plugin that adds a bunch of information panels to your app.

The DebugKit gives you some of the vital stats of your CakePHP application at your fingertips. You can grab session information, check out the last request information, get a log of SQL statements, get the loading times of parts of the page, view a log file you can add to and see how much memory the current page of the site is using.

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