December 15, 2020 — There is no denying the popularity of PHP. It has been a constant force in the web development world since its release in 1995. And now, thanks to Laravel, it is still going as strong as ever!
December 14, 2020 — Up until now, if you would need to delay notifications, you could do it by chaining the
delay method onto your notification instantiation like so.
December 9, 2020 — Imagine you just bought a new computer and the next thing you want to do is create a brand new Laravel application in your brand new machine.
December 8, 2020 — If you’ve ever worked with PHPUnit for TDD, you might be aware of the fact that PHPUnit’s default test reports are pretty minimal and ambiguous.
December 5, 2020 — If you’re working with PHP for a while, there might be a good chance that you’d be in need to fetch the class of an object. This could be mostly for debugging purposes.
December 3, 2020 — Sometimes, there might be a case where you would want some of the code that lies outside of the transaction to be executed only when the corresponding transaction commits successfully and if in any case, it’s a rollback, that code shouldn’t be executed.
November 25, 2020 — Laravel keeps getting better on each of its major releases. But sometimes, it’s the minor and patch releases that take the cake by introducing some lesser-noticed features.
November 24, 2020 — When you install packages through Composer, it will parse the
composer.json of your project and try to install all the dependencies listed in it under
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