Packages from wulfheart

  • PHP

    wulfheart/apigen-demo

    PHP source code API generator.

  • PHP

    wulfheart/blade-remixicon

    A package to easily make use of Remixicon in your Laravel blade views.

  • PHP

    wulfheart/docker-php-api

    The Engine API is an HTTP API served by Docker Engine. It is the API the Docker client uses to communicate with the Engine, so everything the Docker client can do can be done with the API. Most of the client's commands map directly to API endpoints (e.g. `docker ps` is `GET /containers/json`). The notable exception is running containers, which consists of several API calls. # Errors The API uses standard HTTP status codes to indicate the success or failure of the API call. The body of the response will be JSON in the following format: ``` { "message": "page not found" } ``` # Versioning The API is usually changed in each release, so API calls are versioned to ensure that clients don't break. To lock to a specific version of the API, you prefix the URL with its version, for example, call `/v1.30/info` to use the v1.30 version of the `/info` endpoint. If the API version specified in the URL is not supported by the daemon, a HTTP `400 Bad Request` error message is returned. If you omit the version-prefix, the current version of the API (v1.41) is used. For example, calling `/info` is the same as calling `/v1.41/info`. Using the API without a version-prefix is deprecated and will be removed in a future release. Engine releases in the near future should support this version of the API, so your client will continue to work even if it is talking to a newer Engine. The API uses an open schema model, which means server may add extra properties to responses. Likewise, the server will ignore any extra query parameters and request body properties. When you write clients, you need to ignore additional properties in responses to ensure they do not break when talking to newer daemons. # Authentication Authentication for registries is handled client side. The client has to send authentication details to various endpoints that need to communicate with registries, such as `POST /images/(name)/push`. These are sent as `X-Registry-Auth` header as a [base64url encoded](https://tools.ietf.org/html/rfc4648#section-5) (JSON) string with the following structure: ``` { "username": "string", "password": "string", "email": "string", "serveraddress": "string" } ``` The `serveraddress` is a domain/IP without a protocol. Throughout this structure, double quotes are required. If you have already got an identity token from the [`/auth` endpoint](#operation/SystemAuth), you can just pass this instead of credentials: ``` { "identitytoken": "9cbaf023786cd7..." } ```

  • PHP

    wulfheart/laravel-actions-ide-helper

    Generate a new IDE Helper file for Laravel Actions.

  • PHP

    wulfheart/laravel-burst

    laravel-burst

  • PHP

    wulfheart/laravel-mailto

    laravel-mailto

  • HTML

    wulfheart/lxcd

    Blade x-component documentation

  • PHP

    wulfheart/meister

    Lightning fast laravel bootstrapping.

  • PHP

    wulfheart/pretty_routes

    Display your Laravel routes in the console, but make it pretty. 😎

  • PHP

    wulfheart/restfulsac

    Create a folder of restful single action controllers

  • PHP

    wulfheart/serve

    Start Flarum in the PHP developement server