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Dump the contents of a database to a file.
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A collection of useful string functions.
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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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Manipulate images with an expressive API
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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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Parse, build and manipulate URLs
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Html menu generator.
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Easily display emoji characters.
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Convert a webpage to an image.
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Making regex great again.
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A fluent builder Schema.org types and ld+json generator.
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Convert addresses to coordinates.
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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 minimal implementation of Dropbox API v2.
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A Flysystem adapter for Dropbox that uses v2 of the API.
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A helper to query and format a set of opening hours.
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A way to test without writing actual test cases.
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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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A CLI tool to crawl a website and check HTTP status codes.
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Easily work with the Twitter Streaming API.
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Easily store some loose values.
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Cache that expires in the blink of an eye.
Fetch the entire trust chain for an ssl certificate.
A magic memoization function.
A to the point yaml front matter parser.
A PHP application to monitor uptime and ssl certificates.
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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