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A collection of useful string functions.
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Dump the contents of a database to a file.
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Convert pdf's to images.
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A developer friendly wrapper around Fractal.
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A simple class to work with a temporary directory.
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Creates and validate signed URLs with a limited lifetime.
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A class to crawl all links found on a website.
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Html rendering in php inspired by hyperscript.
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Html menu generator.
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Easily display emoji characters.
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Parse, build and manipulate URLs
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Convert a webpage to an image.
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Manipulate images with an expressive API
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Making regex great again.
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Convert addresses to coordinates.
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A fluent builder Schema.org types and ld+json generator.
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Extract text from a pdf.
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A collection of handy array functions.
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Validate SSL certificates.
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A helper to query and format a set of opening hours.
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A little library to deal with color conversions.
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The easiest way to work with the packagist API.
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Get the info of a track that user is currently playing.
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Easily store some loose values.
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A CLI tool to crawl a website and check HTTP status codes.
Easily work with the Twitter Streaming API.
Cache that expires in the blink of an eye.
Fetch the entire trust chain for an ssl certificate.
A magic memoization function.
A minimal implementation of Dropbox API v2
A way to test without writing actual test cases
A Flysystem adapter for Dropbox that uses v2 of the API
A PHP application to monitor uptime and ssl certificates.
A to the point yaml front matter parser.
Conceal e-mail addresses in a string by replacing their domain
CLI tool for concealing e-mails in a file by replacing their domain
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