firephp/firephp-core

Minimal library for sending PHP variables to browsers.

v0.4.0 2013-04-23 15:28 UTC

README

This project holds the FirePHP Tool in the form of a PHP server library calld FirePHPCore which is compatible with the latest Firefox Web Extension for FirePHP.

FirePHP is a logging system that can display PHP variables in a browser as an application is navigated. All communication is out of band to the application which means the logging data will not interfere with the normal functioning of the application.

Install

composer require firephp/firephp-core

API

TODO

Provenance

Original Source Logic under MIT License by Christoph Dorn since 2007.

Copyright (c) 2007+ Christoph Dorn

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Well-crafted Contributions are Welcome.

INTENDED USE: The Logic and Code contained within forms a Developer Tool and is intended to operate as part of a Web Software Development Toolchain on which a Production System operates indirectly. It is NOT INTENDED FOR USE IN HIGH-LOAD ENVIRONMENTS as there is little focus on Runtime Optimization in order to maximize API Utility, Compatibility and Flexibility.

If you need more than what is contained within, study the Code, understand the Logic, and build your Own Implementation that is API Compatible. Share it with others who follow the same Logic and API Contract specified within. This Community of Users will likely want to use Your Work in their own Software Development Toolchains.