8 – Debugging Ajax Callback

Goal: Print/dump $formState values to debug

I am altering a form and the functionality works:

$form('elements')('location')('deparment')('#ajax') = (
  'callback' => 'myAjaxCallback',
  'event' => 'change',
  'progress' => (
    'type' => 'throbber',
    'message' => t('Verifying entry...'),

but what I want is to be able to print out $formState in myAjaxCallback

function myAjaxCallback(array &$form, FormStateInterface $formState){
 $response = new AjaxResponse();
 print_r($formState); //I've tried, with memory_limit=-1 . it just hangs
 dump($formState); //gives me File upload exceeds. This comes from issue with using dump in ajax

 return $response

I have also read https://www.drupal.org/docs/drupal-apis/javascript-api/ajax-forms and tried their Debugging AJAX Callback Functions, which has:

$response = new AjaxResponse();
$debugOut = @Kint::dump($formState); //but this uses dump too, which gives me ajax errors

so dd($formState->getValues()); kind of works. This is what it shows me. So, as you can see, I can now see the variables. It’s not the best, but readable.

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whereas if I go to (website)/webform?ajax_form=1 , it’s not even readable.

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I am running out of ideas to be able to debug the variable $formState .