That's a finished production site ... how did you debug during its development?
'Cause Formaldehyde is for development, not for production ... I guess you have
implented your own error manager/debugger, right?
Well, with Formaldehyde you do not need to implement anything.
Moreover, ASAIK, Formaldehyde is the only one able to catch even Fatal Error
... in few words, it catches everything.
I would like to know other opinions, I mean people that actually spent few
minutes to understand what is Formaldehyde before they reply ...
> Date: Fri, 11 Sep 2009 08:38:47 -0400
> To: an_...@hotmail.com; email@example.com
> From: tedd.sperl...@gmail.com
> Subject: [PHP] RE: [Formaldehyde] The Most Basic Ajax - PHP Error Debugger
> At 11:35 PM +0200 9/10/09, Andrea Giammarchi wrote:
> >Being something nobody thought before I was expecting some comment
> >... zero Ajax developers here?
> No, I develop in ajax. Here's one of my demos:
> Please note that the above site can be expanded/edited/altered
> without ever touching the ajax code that makes it work. As such, I
> don't need an ajax debugger because the above is an example of an
> ajax site that never needs any ajax debugging.
> But I have ways around that.
> http://sperling.com http://ancientstones.com http://earthstones.com
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