Adding a new panel to the WordPress Debug Bar plugin
You can extend the WordPress Debug Bar plugin adding new custom panels to fit your needs; for instance, showing responses from external APIs or webservices, or for other custom features. That’s an extremely simple example. You can check a more complex and complete one by viewing the source of one of the Debug Bar extender…
Debugging memory usage in PHP apps
As your app gets increasingly more complex, you might run into Memory exhausted errors, and even though you can always increase the allowed memory usage — either by tweaking php.ini or locally with ini_set() — it should be a better option to find out what’s using so much memory in the first place.
Are you boy-scouting your code?
Simple, humble and effective. Whenever you’re reviewing old code, or other people’s code, apply one simple rule: Leave it better than you found it Are you a boy scout?
Debian Lenny Vagrant base box
I was recently working on a project where they’re still using Debian 5.0 as their OS. Since I couldn’t find a Vagrant base box with it, I rolled up my sleeves and created my own, so here it is: felipelavinz/debian-lenny In case you need to create another rare base box, you might want to check…