PHP Beautifier Updates!! Long Awaited Changes

If you visit this blog on a regular basis, it’s likely that you know about the PHP Array and Object Beautifier. Many times while debugging PHP, I’ve been in tough spots, forced to use print_r’s and I simply could not read them. var_dump’s are good when you don’t mind sifting Source Code. var_export’s are handy too. But sometimes you get stuck. Maybe habit slips in. Therefore a print_r is what you got.

I made this utility. It was a simple iterative script that looked for parenthesis and brackets. You can find it here on GitHub. But that wasn’t good enough. Finally I decided to strip it down and make something a little more practical, easier to read, more useful.

Introducing the PHP Array Beautifier v3.

beautified-code

New Features

  • Convert to Object Script – The script will actually read and interpret your data object. Soon, I will expand to classed objects too
  • Clean Print of Data after Object Encoding – Prints out the data from a pre-built array from a print_r() statement
  • Expand and Collapse – Narrow down your results if there is simply too much data
  • Serialized Object – Take your data and re-serialize it for use in your application or for additional testing
  • Route Display – How do I access this leaf array node, just click the ® button

So, enjoy. You can click any of the images to view the tool, or just access it here.

beautified-code-route

beautified-code-serialize

About Phillihp Harmon

I'm Phillihp. My name can be spelled the same way forwards and backwards, so can my posts... if you wish. I'm out here exploring, learning, and sharing what I find. This is more for fun and personal growth, I aim to be as consistent as possible, so check back daily!
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