September 5, 2018 — Composer is the goto method of adding dependencies in modern PHP application. You search for a library for a concerned functionality and you’ll probably find the one in the large database of the Pacakgist. But there comes a time where you’d want to use a library which is private and should be only available to you. Well, the good news is, you can achieve this using this trick.
September 3, 2018 — Progressive Web Apps are great when you need to achieve things like offline capabilities, push notifications, background-sync and to give your website an overall app-like experience. While, the PWAs are great at implementing all of the above things and are the obvious choice, there are certain things which can be broken when you use ServiceWorker(which are the building blocks of any PWA) to make your webaite a PWA.
August 23, 2017 — Accessors and mutators allow you to format Eloquent attribute values when you retrieve or set them on model instances. I’ll explain how you can you use them into your app.
August 17, 2017 — Today, while working with one of my projects(which is built on top Laravel) I bumped into the situation where I needed to get associated model’s data for one of the models. So here, I had two approaches in Laravel to accomplish this which are basically called Eager Loading:
March 21, 2017 — We all know how good is Chrome Dev Tools when it comes to the web debugging capabilities. There are number of features in the Dev Tools which are very useful but we are unaware of.
November 15, 2016 — Today, We are going to build a progressive Notepad app which can very well be used in offline mode, be responsive on all available devices, and saves the content locally on the device itself. So, the core functionality of this Notepad here is to make it work offline. To fulfill this requirement, we’ll use ServiceWorkers which I’m going to cover next.
June 12, 2016 — Hey guys, this is my first post after setting up my blog with Jekyll. I will update my blog more than often from now onwards.
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