August 31, 2022 — PHP is one of those languages that are easy to learn and easy to use. But sometimes it surprises you with weird quirks that you would only imagine in your dreams.
August 27, 2022 — When your website is a user-centric one, meaning a website where users can signup and login using email/username and password, there surely will be a form where user can reset their password.
August 25, 2022 — Laravel is an open-source PHP framework that forms web applications based on the model-view-controller paradigm. Hosting prerequisites include SSH to the server to deploy code from your GitHub store.
August 23, 2022 — Love it or hate it but VS Code by Microsoft is one of the most widely used text editors today and that’s because of its versatility and features that are helpful.
August 21, 2022 — If you have worked with CSS, you may have come across this function called clamp() that clamps a value between an upper and lower bound.
August 17, 2022 — The newest version of Chrome, i.e. Chrom 104, has recently been released and with this release, Chrome has become another browser that supports the new range syntax for media queries and this is pretty exciting news if you ask me.
August 11, 2022 — Oftentimes, you may find it useful to check whether which among all the packages requires/depends upon a certain PHP version.
August 7, 2022 — Collecting and uploading files from the user’s device is a task that most modern web applications need to do every now and then. In such scenarios, the
<input> with the
file type can be used to handle file uploads.
August 4, 2022 — Even though this is a blog site, I never leave a stone unturned to make it mine. I try to add those little extra touches that, when you discover them, make you go “aha!”.
August 2, 2022 — A new Laravel release just dropped and with that, a brand new feature is ready to embrace us.
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