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  • php_crud_app

    a simple CRUD app written in vanilla php

    The sample project is a simple API built with vanilla PHP and is framework agnostic. Clone the project from this repo and follow the guidelines detailed in the Readme file for the local development setup.

  • xDebug

    Xdebug — Step Debugger and Debugging Aid for PHP

    Setup PHP with XDebug: This section installs PHP with XDebug, which is a PHP extension that is critical to generating the coverage report file labeled "coverage.xml". For projects written in other programming languages, this section of the CI pipeline is usually where necessary setup for running the unit tests is done.

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  • Puts Debuggerer

    Ruby library for improved puts debugging, automatically displaying bonus useful information such as source line number and source code.

    For example, the link for the GitHub badge for this project is: ![Github Actions](

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