Lean Admin is a Laravel package for building custom admin panels. It's based on the TALLstack (Livewire & Alpine) and its main focus is customizability. Start by defining resources with fields and then customize anything you want. Replace CRUD actions, modify field behavior, or tweak Blade views, and much more. Lean is launching soon, and you can join the the waiting list here to get a discount.
Patchwork is a PHP library that allows you to change user defined functions at runtime. This can be incredibly handy when testing. I'm by no means a Ruby expert but I heard that in the Ruby world they do this kind of stuff all the time during testing.
Here's a simple example of what Patchwork can do:
myCounter([1, 2]); // returns '2';
//now let's change the function
return count($array) ? 'a lot of items' : 'empty';
myCounter([1, 2]); // returns 'a lot of items";
Read the implementation docs to learn how this works behind the scenes.
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