In this quick video, we'll see how we can take advantage of a third-party application in order to debug WordPress applications using IDEs that don't have built-in debuggers.
For more information about the applications that were covered in this tutorial, check out the following links:
Learn more about WordPress Development on Tuts+:
- A tutorial on Using Tools for Quality WordPress Development
- A course on an Introduction to WordPress Plugin Development
- A course on Working With Meta Boxes in WordPress
- A course on Using the WordPress Settings API
- A series of posts on The Beginner's Guide to Type Coercion
What's With The 60 Seconds?
This is part of a new series of quick video tutorials on Tuts+. We're aiming to introduce a range of subjects, all in 60 seconds, just enough to whet your appetite. Let us know in the comments what you thought of this video and what else you'd like to see explained in 60 seconds!
In the meantime, I hope this proved to be useful in helping improve your development workflow.
For more information about WordPress development, you can see all of my courses and tutorials on my profile page, and you can follow me on my blog and/or Twitter at @tommcfarlin where I talk about software development in WordPress.
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