Today I am pleased to announce the availability of the Agavi PHP DebugToolbar for download. After the success of the Qos-Filter for agavi, I want to relaunch the useful agavi toolbar with a different name, a better look and feel and a way better code base.
What is PhpDebugToolbar? Like you can see on the screenshot, it's a little Toolbar (written in JS+CSS), which keeps track of all stuff happening in your php agavi application. So you can easily spot memory leaks, time exhausting tasks and extensive usage of database queries (with the doctrine extension).
Additionally it integrates easily into the logging system of agavi, just add the PhpDebugToolbarLoggerAppender class in your logging.xml!
Where to download Toolbar? The source can be found on github now http://github.com/DracoBlue/PhpDebugToolbar, feel free to fork it and send pull request with new features!
Download for PhpDebugToolbar 1.1.1 (just 20KB) is also available here at dracoblue.net.
Short installation and configuration information can be found in the readme. Thanks to all contributors!
This is meant to be a lightweight alternative to the unofficial Agavi Debug Tools. It won't have FirePHP output or other neat features, which ship with Agavi Debug Tools. So if you need them: use adt, please!