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  1. Laravel artisan plugin for zsh to help you to run artisan from anywhere in the project tree, with auto-completion, and it can automatically open files created by artisan!

    Shell 127 6

  2. Laracon 2020 Examples

    Vue 61 2

  3. Automatically cast JSON columns to rich PHP objects in Laravel using Spatie's data-transfer-object class

    PHP 219 10

  4. A simple color picker for easily tweaking your Tailwind color config

    JavaScript 32 2

  5. $HOME sweet $HOME

    Shell 10

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    1. Video 4 Linux loopback device kernel module (`v4l2loopback`) - Source: https://github.com/umlaeute/v4l2loopback (You might find builds in your distro's repos - I'm using Fedora so had to build it myself using https://github.com/danielkza/v4l2loopback-fedora/)
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    2. gPhoto2 - this is what allows you to access your cameras live feed over USB - this was available in Fedora's repos.
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    3. GStreamer or ffmpeg - this is what lets you stream the output from gPhoto2 into the loopback device.

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June 2021

Created 2 repositories

Created a pull request in rectorphp/rector-src that received 3 comments

[DeadCode] Prevent RemoveUnusedAssignVariableRector removing variables used in compact()

Thanks for the great tool! I've run into an issue where RemoveUnusedAssignVariableRector removes variables used in compact(). E.g. public function …

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Reviewed 1 pull request in 1 repository
35 contributions in private repositories Jun 1 – Jun 17

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