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Nice tool : Var Dumpling

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I recently found while doing work on Laravel a nice tool called Var Dumpling that will convert all var_dumps to nicely formatted blocks of text with a structure, making it a lot easier do debug var_dumps.

It's available on Chrome and Firerox, you can see what it looks like on their page http://vardumpling.com/

Hope some of you find it interesting!

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