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Symfony/var-dumper is a component that provides mechanisms for traversing any arbitrary PHP variable. This versatile development tool, as an alternative to the existing
var_dump() function, offers a more advanced
dump() function, enhancing debugging and data inspection tasks for developers.
To use symfony/var-dumper, you simply install it using composer with the command
composer require --dev symfony/var-dumper. An example of its use might look like this:
require 'vendor/autoload.php'; $someVar = [ 'item1' => 'Hello, world!', 'item2' => [ 1, 2, 3 ], ]; dump($someVar);
dump() function is used instead of
var_dump(). Running this script will display a nicely formatted and colorized output of the content of the
For detailed use cases and a comprehensive guide for integrating and using symfony/var-dumper in your projects, the official Symfony Documentation is your go-to source. The var-dumper documentation can be accessed at https://symfony.com/doc/current/components/var_dumper/introduction.html. It contains the information you need to start using this tool effectively, from installation to sophisticated uses.