Stringy 1.1.0 Released: A String Manipulation Library for PHP With Multibyte Support

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Today I’ve tagged and released v.1.1.0 of Stringy, a string manipulation library for PHP 5.3+. It’s inspired by underscore.string.js as well as a few other libraries, and offers multibyte support for commonly used functions. For this release, I received a few pull requests, which resulted in the addition of new functionality. They included three new methods: isHexadecimal(), isSerialized() and isJson(). That makes a current total of 52 methods.

It can be found on GitHub, and easily installed using composer. I’m still welcoming pull requests as well as recommendations for new features, so all suggestions are appreciated!