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  1. uamv
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    Definitely a solid plugin. I’ve been using this for a while on my blog and have also put it to extensive use at snippet.farm – should anyone want to see it in use.

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  2. Weston Ruter
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    Also, a shameless plug(-in) for my fork of this plugin which does the syntax highlighting server-side in PHP: Syntax-highlighting Code Block (with Server-side Rendering). This improves performance by not loading frontend JS and it eliminates any flash of unstyled code.

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  3. Munir Kamal
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    It’s a nice plugin. I am using it at GutenbergHub as well. 😇

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  4. Elio
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    Looks great! I’ve been using for a while another one based on Prism.js, Prismatic, by Jeff Starr. You can also choose to use Highlight.js but Prism.js is definitely superior since it tokenizes the code better and offers more classes to stylize it. Support for languages is great and you can see in this post on my site

    https://startfunction.com/rust-webassembly-deno/

    that it stylized not only the Rust and JavaScript languages, but also the TOML declaration syntax (like package.json but for Rust).

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