July 31, 2021 — Sometimes, the biggest sign that shows that a framework is maturing is when it has multiple ways of doing the same thing. Laravel, being one of these frameworks, is no exception.
July 25, 2021 — Sometimes, the things you might think are tricky to implement can turn out to be a matter of just a few lines of code if you read the documentation.
July 24, 2021 — One of the many benefits of using Laravel as a framework is the immense customizability it comes with. So, you can use this to overcome some of the limitations.
July 11, 2021 — Oftentimes, you might end up in situations where you have an array and you just want to deflate the entire array content in a human-readable form. Or more specifically in a list-like format.
July 8, 2021 — Working with arrays, there might come a time when you want to check if the array in question is a list or not. So, how does an array qualifies as a “list”?
July 7, 2021 — PHP, as a language, is ever-changing and ever-evolving. It’s not a language it was 10 years ago. This is all because the PHP’s core team which has been constantly improving minor things that might not look significant at first glance but when fixed/implemented, can dramatically improve the overall developer experience.
June 30, 2021 — Logging is an integral part of developing applications. And if you’re working with Laravel, logging things is a breeze.
June 29, 2021 — In Laravel, when your queued jobs fail after a job has exceeded the number of attempts, it will be inserted into the
failed_jobs database table (if you have set it up).
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