Implement Invite-only registrations using Laravel's signed URLs

There comes a time when you want URLs which are public but still you want some kind of authentication onto the same. For instance, you’d want such kind of URLs to enable invite-only registrations for your applications, where you’d send a URL to the user which that specific person only can access and register. In such scenarios, signed URLs can come in handy which are the special kind of URLs that have a “signature” hash appended to the query string to verify that the URL has not been modified since it was created.

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Happy 30th dear web!

I fell in love with you the moment I discovered you. I still remember, you and I were still in our teens at that time. Whenever I searched you, you served me unconditionally. And even though we weren’t matured enough, our love still grown.. gradually. Call it “Love at first site” or “Love over time”, it will remain between us for an eternity..

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Packages to make your Laravel development experience awesome.

While developing applications(not necessarily with Laravel), you come across the situation where you need to implement certain functionality. In such cases you shouldn’t want to reinvent the wheel if the functionality is been implemented by someone as a package, accepted well by the community and is ready to be consumed. It’s a no-brainer. I use to follow the same approach and today in this article, I’m going to list out some of my favorite Laravel packages which have made my experience with development in Laravel delicious.

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Best VS Code themes - January 2019

Editor themes are like wallpapers. You get bored of the current one and want to try out something new every now and then. You’ll think you’d settle down to one but that won’t happen (at least in my case).

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