Tinkerwell

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App specific context menus

When you open an application within Tinkerwell, the context menu inside of your editor changes depending on the kind of application that you have opened.

Most drivers add unique features to the context menu. For example, a Laravel application context menu shows you the Laravel version of the currently selected working directory. It also gives you access to all available artisan commands so you can click on the command and run the code to see the output that this command generated.

Adding custom actions to the context menu#

You can also extend Tinkerwell to add custom context menu entries to your applications. These context menu entries can contain code snippets, links to external websites or simply labels that represent some information.

To learn about how you can add your own custom context menu, take a look at the documentation.

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