clockwork - Clockwork - php dev tools integrated to your browser - server-side component

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Clockwork is a browser extension, providing tools for debugging and profiling your PHP applications, including request data, application log, database queries, routes, visualisation of application runtime and more. Clockwork uses a server-side component, that gathers all the data and easily integrates with any PHP project, including out-of-the-box support for major frameworks.

https://underground.works/clockwork
https://github.com/itsgoingd/clockwork

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