You can download the latest version in the Beyond Code Dashboard.
Tinkerwell supports anything with custom drivers but the following drivers are included out of the box:
Tinkerwell 2.0+ runs on macOS, Windows, and Linux. If you bought Tinkerwell prior to the 2.0 release, you need to download a fresh copy here.
Tinkerwell requires you to have a working local PHP binary. The minimum PHP version depends on the Laravel version that you want to tinker with, but we always recommend running the latest available stable version of PHP.
If you are on Windows, make sure to point Tinkerwell to your local php executable in the settings.
Tinkerwell has only been tested on debian derivates such as Ubuntu and Debian itself. If you are running a different version, you can still try to use Tinkerwell. If Tinkerwell doesn't work on your machine and we have no solution to it, we'll give you a refund.
Yes. The license has no time limit and lasts forever. It covers updates to the app for one year after your purchase.
A license key can be activated on two machines. If you want to use Tinkerwell on a new machine, or have no activations left, you can remove old activations in the Beyond Code Dashboard.
In case you are unhappy with Tinkerwell, just get in touch with us within the first 14 days and we will figure it out.
If you have a technical problem and can't solve it with the answers in this FAQ, please open a GitHub issue at https://github.com/beyondcode/tinkerwell-suggestions. We try to guide you in the right direction there but due to the amount of unique development setups, we can't provide individual technical support or consulting.
In case you need help with your purchase, you can send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org. We can track down lost emails, process refunds, or link licenses with Beyond Code accounts.