PHP is one of the most popular programming languages, designed to create websites and web applications. Thanks to its popularity, it has great support from the community where developers are eager to describe the issues and provide ready-made code examples. With so many projects available, we can find a lot of knowledge sources or inspiration for our own projects.
In the process of creating a product, every person working on a given problem may have a slightly different approach to solving it. These don’t necessarily have to be big differences. It's enough to interpret the idea differently for the finished solution to not fully suit the product owner. Establishing clear and transparent acceptance criteria will help streamline your software development, as well as allow for the prevention of possible misunderstandings.
In the world of application development, API is a great way to upload and retrieve the data we need. The mechanisms responsible for sharing data in an API can be either simple services providing information on currency exchange rates, or carry out more complicated processes, allowing for creating users or processing larger amounts of data. However, what if we want to test or check what result will be returned to us by a particular API?
When writing code, it’s easy to make mistakes or errors. They can happen to anyone, at any stage of work. What to do if our code result doesn’t match our expectations or we aren’t sure what data are processed at particular steps? In such a situation, we can spend hours looking for a solution or use a debugger to make our work easier.
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