FirePHP server library for sending PHP variables to the browser.
The FirePHP server library for PHP reference implementation compatible with the latest FirePHP Devtools Extension.
FirePHP is a logging system that can display PHP variables in a browser as an application is navigated. All communication happens via HTTP headers which means the logging data will not interfere with the normal functioning of the application.
composer require firephp/firephp-core
Test driven development:
# npm install -g nodemon nodemon
For API see
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