Debugging with Zend Studio for Eclipse

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Debugging with Zend Studio for Eclipse
by Peter B. MacIntyre, ZCE
Senior Solutions Consultant,
Center of Excellence

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  • Welcome attendees House Keeping topics: recorded for later viewing  Questions at the end Turn off IM's so you are not distracted.
  • Zend Studio for Eclipse Developer's guidehttp://www.informit.com/store/product.aspx?isbn=0672329409
  • Debugging with Zend Studio for Eclipse

    1. 1. Debugging with Zend Studio for Eclipse Hosted by: Peter B. MacIntyre, ZCE Senior Solutions Consultant, Center of Excellencehttp://php.osscube.com
    2. 2. About Us • RHCE, LPI, MySQL • Linux, Apache, and Zend Certified MySQL, PostGre SQL Professionals PHP • One of the Largest • Rich Internet no. of certified Technologies (Jquery, LAMP professionals Flex, Prototype, in World Backbase, YUI-Ext) • 200+ Technology Team • Contribute People Technology Code, Write Books, Gurus Locations Partners • Acquia • Research Triangle Park, • SugarCRM • MySQL NC • Zend • Houston • EnterpriseDB • London • Delhi 2http://php.osscube.com
    3. 3. Our Services Product Customize, Engineering & Implement & Application Support niche Development Open Source for Web & Products Mobile Open Source Open Source Training Consulting 3http://php.osscube.com
    4. 4. About Me Over 20 years in the IT Industry Wrote “PHP: The Good Parts” - O’Reilly Press Co-authored: • “Programming PHP 2nd Ed.” - O’Reilly Press • “Zend Studio for Eclipse Developer’s Guide” – Addison-Wesley Tech Edited 10+ IT Books Wrote Whitepaper for Zend on Team Development within Zend Studio Working on a PHP Book for APress Live in PEI, Canada 4http://php.osscube.com
    5. 5. Zend Studio Overview • Installation Options – Browser Toolbar • Integration with Zend Server (CE) • Views • Perspectives • The Debugging Perspective – Debug as… PHP Script 5http://php.osscube.com
    6. 6. Debugging Perspective • Multiple Views available – Debug (start / stop / restart) – Code editor – Breakpoints – Variables – Expressions (watches) – Browser Output (rendered HTML) – Debug Output (raw HTML) 6http://php.osscube.com
    7. 7. Moving through the code • F5 – Step Into • F6 – Step Over • F7 - Step Return • F8 – Run (to next breakpoint or to end of script) • Ctrl + F2 – Terminate Debug Session • Ctrl + R – Run to Line (cursor) 7http://php.osscube.com
    8. 8. Preparing the Session • Setting Breakpoints – Double-click on line of code in the Marker Bar – Little blue dot appears indicating a breakpoint – Line number reference appears in the breakpoint view – Can be turned off / on in the breakpoint view • Conditional Breakpoints – Can be set to trigger when a certain condition becomes true – Iteration # 7 of a for-next loop for example 8http://php.osscube.com
    9. 9. Looking at Debug Preferences • General Debug options – Preferences -> Run/Debug • Launching • Perspective switching • PHP Debug options – Preferences -> PHP -> Debug • Debugger to use • Server to use – Zend Server CE in our case • Break at first line • Debug broadcast port: 20080 9http://php.osscube.com
    10. 10. Debugging Demo File • Walk through a debug session – Look at the views – Set a watch value – Change a Variable value on the fly – Change code, save, and re-start debug session in the debug view 10http://php.osscube.com
    11. 11. Zend Browser Toolbar • Looking at the Firefox version – Not ready for Version 5 of Firefox yet – Will recognize that Studio is running or try to launch it – Extra Stuff -> Settings • Lots of options here • Path to Studio exe • Break at first line • Zend Debugger broadcast port: 20080 – Debug Menu Options • Current Page • Next Page • All forms • All Pages 11http://php.osscube.com
    12. 12. Zend Browser Toolbar Contd.. – Debug (launches debugger from the browser) – Search tool for on-line information – Profile – discussed next 12http://php.osscube.com
    13. 13. Profiling • A way to check on code efficiencies – Bottlenecks, time wasting code • Can be launched from browser or from within Studio • Has its own Perspective • Look at Profile results for demo code 13http://php.osscube.com
    14. 14. Thank you for your Time and Attention! For more information visit http://php.osscube.com Or drop-in an email to sales@osscube.com my Contact: peter@osscube.comhttp://php.osscube.com 14 14

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