Drilldowns give you an overview of where the time is spent in each request
All database activity, messages, and jobs are shown in an expandable tree
Request details, logs, exceptions, and more are available in the browser
XRebel already has an outstanding support for web apps with a front end. And with ever popular web services architectures, we gave a facelift to our Standalone UI so that developers working on headless web services could enjoy a first class XRebel experience, too.
If you’re already using XRebel, just add “/xrebel” at the end of the application context of any XRebel-enabled web service and the Standalone UI will automatically be available to use. Performance metrics will collect as you stub requests with your favorite testing client, and poorly performing requests will be flagged.Show me how to set this up!