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I regularly use JetBrains' phpStorm IDE's debugger to view/trace x-debugger information when 'running' a php/symfony v2.8 project that I'm developing, but recently I had to move to a new computer and I'm unable to get the latest version of phpStorm to work with the x-debugger. While searching for an alternative to debugging in phpStorm, I found that there is a way to debug my php code in a web-browser. Would someone please provide me with links on how to do this? I'm running my project on a Linux remote web-server and I'm using a Windows 10 system and Chrome browser.

Thank you, Howard Brown

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