I accidentally discovered a great tool that can help you keep your cone cleaner and ensure it follows coding standards. If you have ever worked with JavaScript and Eslint in particular, think of PHP CS Fixer as an alternative to Eslint for PHP.

In my article, I made a short summary of the tool, described how to install it, and gave 3 examples of use. I also recommended an online tool that I use to configure code style rules for PHP CS Fixer. Read the article on my blog: https://blog.savetchuk.com/what-is-php-cs-fixer-and-how-it-can-help-you-keep-your-code-cleaner