Generate outline images of your code
You're reading code on a daily basis, code should be optimised for that. This tool helps you visualise how the code in your project looks, and might be a trigger to better structure your files.
More information about the visual perception of code here: https://www.stitcher.io/blog/visual-perception-of-code.
spatie/browsershot is required to generate images. Please refer to the Browsershot documentation for all details, most important is to install puppeteer.
npm install puppeteer --global
You can install the package via composer:
composer global require spatie/code-outliner
code-outliner <file> [--output=] [--extensions=]
Pass a single file to the command, and you'll get output like this.
Pass a directory path to the command, and it'll overlay all files on top of each other. The darker areas represent areas where there's more code across all files.
By default, PHP files will be scanned.
You're able to specify other and multiple extensions with the
If you discover any security related issues, please email firstname.lastname@example.org instead of using the issue tracker.
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