- Syntax highlighting and completion for Laravel Blade
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Blade for Nova
This is syntax highlighting and completion for the Blade templating engine in the Nova editor.
In Nova, go to Extension > Extensions Library, search for Blade and you should be able to find it.
- Added support for the @component and @slot directives
- Added support for the @dd and @parent directives
- Fixed some major issues with the blade directive regexes. Methods inside blade directives should now work properly. And directives that can exist with and without arguments should now be highlighted too.
- Added support for the directives used by Envoy
- Added support for the @forelse directive
- Fixed an issue where the @php block wasn't working
- Added support for custom blade components
- Added support for indentation after blade directives
- Added the @lang directive
- Fixed an issue where white space between the directive and parentheses wasn't recognised
- Fixed an issue where comments were only highlighted at the root level
Initial release, basic syntax highlighting and completion for blade directives
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