🔥 Nice simple way to streamline compound expressions built right into the language... You may pass multiple arguments to `isset()`. Similarly it returns `true` only if all variables are declared and not `null`.

PHP

4⃣PurgeCSS Need to remove unused CSS of third-party libraries or frameworks like Bootstrap / Tailwind CSS? Or even your own code? This library will allow you to do so by analyzing your HTML, CSS, and JS files. I'm currently using it and it's awesome.

CSS
Tools

3⃣Specificity Calculator If you are not sure what selector has a lower specificity, then this tool will help you out with a simple interface. Introduce them here and sort them to compare which one is the best to use. The less specificity the better.

CSS
Tools

2⃣CSS Lint Shows possible things to improve on your CSS. Errors and warnings concerning performance, duplicated rules, recommended standards, compatibility recommendations etc.

CSS
Tools

1⃣CSS Dig Chrome extension that help you find inconsistencies on values used in paddings, margins, colors etc. and shows selectors specificity.

CSS

Did you know that in @laravelphp you may schedule closures directly in the schedule method of your application's console kernel? 💅🏻

Laravel

Is your fork behind? You can now sync from the parent repo with just a single click! 🖱💥

Tools

UI Tip ✨ How to instantly level up your UI: • Lower text contrast • Increase whitespace • Distinguish element types • Make your CTA prominent

UI/UX

👋Working on a fix, and notice your fork is behind? Now, you can sync from the parent with just a single click in the GitHub UI. 👇 Hope you like it! 🌟

Tools

Fold (and unfold) code Place your cursor inside a function, scope, between HTML brackets, etc. Now hit ctrl + shift + [ to fold the code. Hit ctrl + shit + ] to unfold.

Editors

Move a line (up and down). If you place your cursor at a desired line and press alt + arrow-up/down, you will move this line up and down. Any line that you are passing on the way, will be swapped.

Editors

Multiple Cursors If you put the cursor at a desired place, and then press shift + alt + arrow-down, you will get multiple cursors. When you start typing, the text will be produced at each cursor. You can also add multiple cursors with alt + mouse click.

Editors

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