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Firefly III - A personal finances manager

  •    PHP

"Firefly III" is a (self-hosted) manager for your personal finances. It can help you keep track of your expenses and income, so you can spend less and save more. Firefly III supports the use of budgets, categories and tags. It can import data from external sources and it has many neat financial reports available.

laravel-heroku-example - Laravel 5.5 project setup for easy Heroku deployment

  •    PHP

This is boilerplate Laravel 5.5 project similar to what the laravel new, composer create-project commands create. This project can be used as is as a shortcut to deploying Laravel 5.5 on heroku, or used as a guide.

cheryl - PHP web based file manager

  •    PHP

Cheryl is a web based file manager for the modern web. Built on top of PHP5 and AngularJS. Deploying on Heroku will use Nginx and Postgres.

wordpress-heroku - This project is a template for installing and running WordPress 4.9.x on Heroku.

  •    PHP

This project is a template for installing and running WordPress on Heroku. It is based on Bedrock, a modern WordPress stack that helps you to get started with the best development tools and a modern project structure.




haikunatorphp - Generate Heroku-like random names to use in your php applications.

  •    PHP

Generate Heroku-like random names to use in your PHP applications. Haikunator is pretty simple.

Tasks - Simple tasks & notes manager written in PHP, jQuery and Bootstrap using a custom flat file database

  •    PHP

Simple tasks & notes manager written in PHP, jQuery and Bootstrap using a custom flat file database. Tasks is an script that allows you to manage tasks and notes.

iam - :green_heart: Introduction Bot for slack teams:

  •    PHP

This command helps new members or former members of a slack team to present themselves to others. I designed this command because in my team I saw that there was too much recurrence. It means that when a new user was coming, those who are connected that day rushed to ask the new member his jobs, which techs does he use.... And maybe morrow or later others members which were not connected that day are today connected, what they will do is to try getting information about new users during their absent. They will ping the new user and ask him information that he has already given and maybe he will be fed up. This will become too hard to know who is who! So I created this command to remedy this problem. Slack API documentation. To view visit https://www.api.slack.com/slash-commands.