dtbaker saidWOW, i just downloaded PhpStorm and i am sold Just bought a license for this program, this IDE will save you lots of time and is it very easy to work with.
phpMyAdmin and PhpStorm (on the right click “Database” then add your database, this will even help autocomplete / show errors in some SQL code as you write it within your PHP app)
I know hey! I bought a license the same day I downloaded it (I think that’s the only time I’ve ever bought a license so quickly). It gets better and better as you learn all the features and shortcuts.
These values may be cached. It may take a few hours for them to display correctly.
Check again in the morning, if they still don’t display open a support ticket.
They should display fine in the “edit” window after saving, just not in the live view.
imho saving an item should clear the cache – so it could be a bug.
I had to do some work recently quickly debugging a PHP app. I was using
print_r to quickly output various objects and arrays to find the issue.
However some of these ojects/arrays were VERY large, which made finding the information tricky. I needed something like the chrome console JS object debugger but for PHP.
it hasn’t been updated since 2007 but it works great. Just include the krumo class and use
krumo() instead of
Hope someone finds it useful.
(note: my debug page was 6MB of HTML markup after doing a few
krumo() calls on large objects – page may take a while to load if you’re debugging a lot of info)
I’ve got two kids at home now, the office is now the second babies bedroom. It’s getting a little harder to do work but I still manage just fine and get to spend an incredible amount of time with the kids.
Working from home for 5-6 years now so it’s just second nature.
There is a coworking space down the road (about 20 minutes drive) which I occasionally visit, another better one about 40 minutes away. It’s just so hard to pack up the laptop and leave the file server/second monitor behind. Plus you can get an aweful lot done in the hour it would take to drive/setup at a coworking office space.