March 22, 2021 — If you want to make your web application robust, you get to handle those quirky and unpredictable exceptions. And the way you do that in PHP is by using try-catch blocks in your code. The same applies in the case of Laravel as well.
March 17, 2021 — Oftentimes you would want to retrieve the user’s timezone to perform a certain task. And how would you retrieve it? One way to do it in PHP is by retrieving the timezone set on the user’s system.
March 15, 2021 — Oftentimes, it would be handy if you could seed the number of model rows based on the user input. i.e you don’t hardcode the number of rows a seeder would generate. The user will pass that number while running the seeder.
March 14, 2021 — Have you ever run into a situation where you want to render some HTML into an SVG? Well, if you ask me the same question, I would say yes.
March 11, 2021 — Sometimes, you might run into a situation where you want to see what all database queries will run upon running your Laravel migrations, and that too without actually running the migrations.
March 9, 2021 — There has been a scarcity of discussion in PHP land when it comes to asynchronous PHP. Maybe, PHP developers don’t seem to be interested in the very idea of it.
February 27, 2021 — Sometimes, when working with HTTP responses, you might want to retrieve the entire response as a Laravel collection to make further manipulations.
February 23, 2021 — When working with Mail notifications in Laravel, you’ll often be in a situation where you would want to render something based on some condition.
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