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Howdy!

I'm Daniel, I'm the developer of a T-Regx library for regular expressions, that makes PHP regexp functions more friendly, and additionally puts a nice abstraction layer with all the good features.

T-Regx was written with Clean Code and Simple Design in mind and it takes a lot of work to keep it that way, not to let it rot :) First commit of T-Regx was almost 3 years now. There wasn't a feature in the library that I hadn't thought for the 10th time over (e.g. in a bus, or a coffee shop waiting for girlfriend).

If you find lowering the entropy of PHP messy functions valuable, maybe get me a cup of coffee, so I can continue to come up with T-Regx ideas on.

2 sponsors are funding Danon’s work.

@BarxizePL
@iquito

Featured work

  1. T-Regx/T-Regx

    #StandWithUkraine PHP regular expression brought up to modern standards.

    PHP 305
  2. Danon/vue-properties

    Set of handy validators for Vue.js properties

    JavaScript 6
  3. T-Regx/CrossDataProviders

    Allows you to mix multiple PhpUnit @dataProvider without duplication

    PHP 27
  4. T-Regx/documentary

    Tool for creating concise, complex phpDoc

    Python 2
  5. JetBrains/kotlin-web-site

    The Kotlin programming language website

    JavaScript 1,174
  6. letsdrink/ouzo

    Ouzo Framework - PHP MVC ORM

    PHP 69

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$1 a month

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Every little bit helps a lot! :) Thanks! I will include a link to your page/repository in ReadMe.md.

$2 a month

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I will ping you in Issues about new features, and keep your choice in mind when designing the library, should you wish :)

$4 a month

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I will create a fork of your repository that uses T-Regx, and create a Pull Request that updates T-Regx to the newest versions, each time a new release is up.

$5 a month

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I will write the most extensive documentation about a T-Regx feature of your choice (once every 1-2 months).

$8 a month

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I will watch over your repository which uses T-Regx and regular expressions, providing guidance over API, PHP functions and regexps themselves :)