First party extensions#
The Hyde Realtime Compiler is now included with Hyde
installations and is what powers the
php hyde serve command.
- GitHub: hydephp/realtime-compiler
- Packagist: hydephp/realtime-compiler
- YouTube video: Introducing the Hyde Realtime Compiler
Integrations with third-party tools#
Torchlight is an amazing API for syntax highlighting, and is used by this site. I cannot recommend it highly enough,
especially for documentation sites and code-heavy blogs! As such, HydePHP has built-in support for Torchlight,
which is automatically enabled once you add an API token to your
.env file. Nothing else needs to be done!
To get started you need an API token which you can get at Torchlight.dev. It is entirely free for personal and open source projects, as seen on their pricing page.
When you have an API token, set it in the
.env file in the root directory of your project.
Once a token is set, Hyde will automatically enable the CommonMark extension.
Attribution and configuration#
Note that for the free plan you need to provide an attribution link. Thankfully Hyde injects a customizable link
automatically to all pages that use Torchlight. You can of course disable and customize this in the
1'attribution' => [2 'enabled' => true,3 'markdown' => 'Syntax highlighting by <a href="https://torchlight.dev/" rel="noopener nofollow">Torchlight.dev</a>',4],
Don't have this file? Run
php hyde vendor:publish to publish it.
Have an idea for an extension or integration? Let me know! I'd love to hear from you.
Get in touch on GitHub or send me a DM on Twitter.