Double clicking on a variable now also selects the dollar sign.
We also updated the built-in Laravel to the latest version, which is 9.41.0.
Updated the validation language file in the default Laravel.
The size of the history entries stack is now customizable and defaults to 150. Please consider that the history is written on your hard drive, so too high numbers might have an impact on it 😉 Also keep in mind that reducing the history size to a smaller number results in the loss of the oldest entries.
You can now clear the list of recent folders in Settings → Advanced.
We also updated the built-in Laravel to the latest version, which is 9.38.0.
A hoorray for your muscle memory: The shortcut
CMD/CTRL+S now also runs code instead of triggering the Save dialogue. Of course you can still save a piece of code via
File > Save File.
The port of the PHP language server is now configurable and we improved the feedback of the language server.
We also updated the built-in Laravel to the latest version, which is 9.36.2
The first commands are available via the Open Anything feature now. Just hit
CMD/CTRL+Shift+P and start typing the name of the command you search for. Type
Open default Laravel to open the built-in default Laravel app. If you want to see all commands, you can list them by typing
For now we focus on commands that speed up your workflow - for example opening the Connection Manager, the built-in default Laravel or changing the working directory.
Tinkerwell has changed a lot in the past few months - for the better! The tool is more flexible and can run with many different setups and frameworks and so it's time to hide the default Laravel icon from the toolbar to clear up the minimal UI. The project is still there and opens with every new tab if you don't set a custom default project. If you have a custom default project, you can still access the built-in Laravel by opening it via the Open Anything feature with our new command
Open default Laravel.
Tinkerwell version 3.9.0 brings two new themes to you: Laracon Light and Laracon Dark! We hope that brings you in the mood for this weeks Laracon Online, which airs on Wednesday, September 14th at 2:45pm CEST!
We also updated the built-in Laravel to the latest version, which is 9.28.0.
Cmd/Ctrl+Enterfor a new tab). You can of course still copy/paste a snippet in the current tab regardless of the new assignment by using
Carbonclass for improved output.
ESCkey now also hides the result pane
With this version we're introducing the command palette to Tinkerwell! Open anything by hitting
CMD/CTRL+Shift+P - search for a recent folder, connect to a remote host or access that snippet that you use every day. We're planning to add more features soon, so if you have any ideas, let us know on Twitter (@beyondcode).
Starting with version 3.4.0 of Tinkerwell, the app no longer requires you to choose containers based on an existing docker-compose file. The updated Docker settings allow you to pick any of your running Docker containers to use for tinkering. Less configuration - more code runs!
You can now configure individual PHP versions for each of your (local) projects. Simply select the PHP binary that Tinkerwell should use for a given tab. Tinkerwell will remember this setting the next time you re-open the folder.
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After two years, it's finally time to say goodbye to the 2.x versions of Tinkerwell. Tinkerwell 3 is here and drastically improves upon every aspect of Tinkerwell 2 by introducing autocompletion, magic comments, automatic code coverage, new output modes, first-party support for Docker within WSL, custom SSH agent (like 1Password) support, a brand-new user interface and a lot of other bug fixes and usability improvements.
Check out what's new on tinkerwell.app
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Improved look & feel for SSH connections section
Colored connection bar in editor footer, matching your current SSH connection (enable in Settings > Advanced)
Duplicate SSH connections
Updated built-in Laravel to 8.82.0
You can add custom labels to Snippets.
Updated built-in Laravel to 8.80.0
We're introducing the Snippets feature to save often used code and helpful templates!
You can access your Snippets via the sidebar, the menu bar or by hitting
B on Mac or
B on Windows or Linux.
Learn more about Snippets in the documentation.
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Ion Windows or Linux. You can find out more about the history in the docs.