Instead of echoing or inspecting your $variable on a page where your PHP script is being run, you can view them in a central dashboard for reference anytime, along with other related $variables in the feature, enhancement or bugfix you're working on.
Go beyond var_export, var_dump and print_r with a set of advanced viewers that allows you to deeply inspect your $variables. Especially useful for traversing and dissecting long and complex arrays and objects.
Categorize, Annotate and Filter
For bigger projects, being able to categorize and annotate your $variables at various stages in your code is the difference between working hard and working smart. Filtering them on the dashboard allows you to diligently work with them further.
Use it for PHP dev and debug work in your desktop code editor, on-site tools like Code Snippets
, Scripts Organizer
and Advanced Scripts
, or page builders like Bricks
. Also useful in local environments, with or without Xdebug
"I was looking for a tool like this for a while. Great solution!"
~ Marco Frodl
"I have used it for a couple of days and it has helped me a lot to go faster when debugging."
~ Javier Sor
"I've only just started using it and it really helps me get my head around the code of a plugin I'm trying to customise"
~ Tim Dickinson
"I've been testing it and I really like it. It helps a lot and saves a lot of time in development. It's also compatible with Oxygen, Bricks, WPCodeBox, etc."
~ Juan Jose Gonzalez, oxygenados.com