December 6, 2023 — Maintenance mode is a feature in Laravel that allows you to put your application down for maintenance. It’s a great way to inform your users that the application is down for maintenance and will be back up soon.
December 3, 2023 — Recently, I came across Terkel’s GitHub profile readme and it blew my mind altogether. It’s a fully functional website with a menu, clickable links, GitHub contributions, and a lot more. And the best part is, all this is responsive as well!
December 2, 2023 — After a lot of hype in Laravel AU 2023 about this secret project, Laravel Pulse is finally out in the wild. It’s a real-time application performance monitoring tool for Laravel applications.
December 1, 2023 — Sharing code snippets as images still seems to be the popular way to share code on social media. And I’m no exception. I also share code snippets as images on X (formerly Twitter) and elsewhere pretty often.
November 30, 2023 — If you’re working with Laravel (or any PHP application for that matter), you might have stumbled upon a situation where you need to process a large JSON input. For instance, you might want to use a JSON file to seed your database.
November 28, 2023 — Recently, I was checking Life At Spotify website and spotted this cool hollow text hover effect on the page. It looks like this.
November 27, 2023 — If you’re working with PHP, you might have come across a situation where you need to check the type of the string. For instance, you might want to check if the string is a number, alphabetic, alphanumeric, or a binary string.
November 23, 2023 — If you’ve ever wondered how the internet works, proxies are a key player. They act as intermediaries between your device and the internet, offering an additional layer of protection and anonymity. For those seeking enhanced security and control over their online activities, understanding what a proxy is and why it’s beneficial is essential.
November 22, 2023 — PHP has this
NumberFormatter class which is a part of the
intl extension. This class is used to format numbers based on the locale. I covered this in one of my previous articles.
November 20, 2023 — You know Laravel has this neat Blade directive called
@error which you can use to display the validation error message for a given field. For instance, if you have a
name field in your form and you want to display the validation error message for it, you can do it like so.
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