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Apps with 'Xdebug' feature

  1. Neard is a portable WAMP software stack for the Microsoft Windows operating system involving Apache HTTP Server, OpenSSL for SSL support, PHP programming language, MySQL database, MariaDB database, MongoDB NoSQL database, PostgreSQL database, Memcached distributed memory object...

  2. WPN-XM - is a free and open-source web server solution stack for professional PHP development on the Windows platform.

    Discontinued

    The last update is from June 2019, and the last release (0.8.6) is from August 2015.

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  3. Webgrind is an Xdebug profiling web frontend in PHP5. It implements a subset of the features of kcachegrind and installs in seconds and works on all platforms.

    • FreeOpen Source
    • Windows
    • Linux

    FoxServ is an Apache / mySQL / PHP installer package for Windows and Linux. Unlike NuShpere or PHPTriad, FoxServ features the latest version of all …

    Discontinued

    Last update on 2003

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  4. WinCacheGrind is a viewer for cachegrind.out files generated by xdebug 2. WinCacheGrind is functionally similar to KCacheGrind, only it is much simpler and runs on Windows.

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  5. Using the power of the Xdebug PHP extension, this Mac OS X application allows PHP developers to remotely debug their running PHP applications.

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  6. Dev-PHP is a well-featured integrated development environment (IDE). You'll be able to create scripts and applications using the PHP scripting language and the PHP-GTK library (both included in the "PHP Package").

    Discontinued

    No updates since 2013.

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  7. Codebug is a standalone Xdebug client frontend for Mac OSX. This application allows PHP developers to debug their code in real-time without needing an external IDE.

    Discontinued

    Last update from 2015. See https://www.macupdate.com/app/mac/45824/codebug

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  8. Profiling Viewer opens and visualizes callgrind files. You can use Treemap, Callgraph, flat or hierarchic lists to identify functions where your application spends more time than expected.