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JMSDiExtraBundle adds more powerful dependency injection features to Symfony2: configure dependency injection via annotations convention-based dependency injection in controllers aspect-oriented programming capabilities for controllers
animade / frontend-mdFrontend.md looks at your frontend source code and generates a markdown file (called, predictably, FRONTEND.md) outlining the folder/file structure together with any topline comments. It's not a complete documentation system or styleguide generator. Rather it's designed to be a very simple tool which you can use on new or existing projects to get a high level view of how the code is laid out. Features
Portable - drop it into any frontend project and see what's going on
Easy setup - very little configuration required
Attractive - generates a nested view of folder structure (inspiration taken from sass-guidelin.es)
Automated - Parses comments in a file, pulls out the first one and adds it as a description
Readable - results are saved to a seperate Frontend.md markdown file in the root of your project
colors.js used to be the most popular string styling module, but it has serious deficiencies like extending String.prototype which causes all kinds of problems. Although there are other ones, they either do too much or not enough.