Error collection via Phplogger

Error collection with Phplogger is fairly easy, you would need to install Phplogger client from the official page and a working Phplogger token, which can be found on the Product setup page. In case you don’t have your development environment set up, here is a nice tutorial on the basic PHP project configuration with Docker…

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Creating a PHP project with Docker

Development environment for a PHP project is fairly small, and consists of only several key components: PHP binaries, a web server and dependency management tool. Those will ensure you can solve most of the problems on your way and produce a usable and configurable PHP application. Docker containers, as a concept, are designed to be…

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Easy ways to Debug PHP code

Printing debug information out into the page is one of the most common tasks during PHP application development. It is a very convenient feature of any dynamically typed scripting language – at any place in your code you can add a single line and print the debug information on the next run, without long application…

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Severity levels in PHP error handling & PSR-3

Severity levels for programms is a common concept, designed to segment technical messages the application genereates. Every programmer have heard (or better used) the severity levels in one form or another, for some – event across multiple programming languages, but there is usually a very solid definition for why and how to use severity levels….

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Starting a Website with Phplogger

Developing a new website is very exciting endeavor. Unfortunately during that development many things can go wrong. Debugging errors and finding logically wrong behavior is the key to developing good software, this is where Phplogger comes to help. By incorporating data collection right away, you can ensure a steady development pace and a stress-free deployment…

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Log files in PHP

From the vast arsenal of tools and trick a PHP developer has access to, application logs might be the most underestimated and unserutilized of all. Despite the fact that they offer plenty of actionable information, it is often the last place a developer would check when trying to resolve a problem. The truth is, log…

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Error message visibility in PHP

For a stable and relianble application on of the first things to set up is error tracking. You need to know when your app crashes and why, as a kind of feedback regarding your work. Your PHP app must tell you about what is happening in some form, otherwise it’s in a free flow and…

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