Tools - Tabifier (HTML and CSS code beautifier) -

The tabifier is a tool to properly indent computer code. The style it produces is a mix of my personal preferences for indentation plus what I could manage to make a program produce from dirty source. The tabifier currently supports CSS, HTML, and C Style code; the latter being anything that uses curly braces to start and end blocks, and semicolons to terminate statements. JavaScript and PHP both fall into that latter category.

30 Useful PHP Classes and Components « Federico Cargnelutti

Simplicity and extensibility are the main reasons why PHP became the favourite dynamic language of the Web. In the last decade, PHP has developed from a niche language for adding dynamic functionality to small websites to a powerful tool making strong inroads into large-scale Web systems. Below I present 30 useful PHP classes and components that you can use to test, develop, debug and deploy your PHP applications.

MySource Matrix Open Source CMS - PHP_CodeSniffer

Introduction PHP_CodeSniffer is a PHP5 script that tokenises and "sniffs" PHP code to detect violations of a defined set of coding standards. It is an essential development tool that ensures that your code remains clean and consistent. It can even help prevent some common semantic errors made by developers.

Php Object Generator (v3.0e) - Open Source PHP Code Generator

PHP Object Generator, (POG) is an open source PHP code generator which automatically generates clean & tested Object Oriented code for your PHP4/PHP5 application. Over the years, we realized that a large portion of a PHP programmer's time is wasted on repetitive coding of the Database Access Layer of an application simply because different applications require different objects. By generating PHP objects with integrated CRUD methods, POG gives you a head start in any project. The time you save can be spent on more interesting areas of your project.

jQuery :random filter - Waldek Mastykarz

While working on a new JavaScript mockup I needed a way to obtain a random jQuery item. While I could use jQuery(“selector”).get(int) to get a random item, I wanted to have a cleaner way of doing that to keep my code clean. jQuery ships with great support for extensibility. You can not only extend jQuery with custom functions but filters as well. That is when I thought of the custom “:random” filter, just as you have the standard “:first”, “:last” and “:nth” filters.

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