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azjezz/README.md

Hey 👋

My name is Saif Eddin, I'm a sofware developer, an open-source enthusiast and contributor.

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  1. psl Public

    PHP Standard Library - a modern, consistent, centralized, well-typed set of APIs for PHP programmers.

    PHP 637 36

  2. [WIP] High Performance, Async, Hack Framework

    Hack 16 3

  3. The SymfonyConnect official API SDK

    PHP 89 39

  4. The Mercure Component allows to easily push updates to web browsers and other HTTP clients using the Mercure protocol.

    PHP 308 24

  5. The MercureBundle allows to easily push updates to web browsers and other HTTP clients in the Symfony full-stack framework, using the Mercure protocol.

    PHP 215 14

  6. 🧱 Hydrates input DTOs from request data.

    PHP 27

Contribution activity

October 2021

Created a pull request in laminas/automatic-releases that received 4 comments

chore(dependencies): upgrade PSL to 1.8.1

Description upgrade PSL to 1.8, which now includes both STDOUT and STDERR content in the exception message for fail Shell\execute calls. closes #166

+18 −9 4 comments
Opened 1 other pull request in 1 repository

Created an issue in vimeo/psalm that received 18 comments

Opened 2 other issues in 2 repositories
Answered 1 discussion in 1 repository
7 contributions in private repositories Oct 1 – Oct 6

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