A lot of people were asking about out QuickAdminPanel tool – how does it actually work and what it does or doesn’t do.
We continue our work on improving our adminpanel generator at QuickAdminPanel.com, and today I want to present to you a new important feature – API Controller generator. Here’s a short video. Have you tried the generator yet? Register at QuickAdminPanel.
Today I want to recommend 9 topics you need discuss with your client before even starting the coding process on your Laravel project. Half of those are Laravel-specific, the other half aren't, but still really important.
The name PyroCMS is not new on the market – it was actually created as a CodeIgniter-based system and became quite popular. And recently the shift was made – the whole system was re-created into Laravel framework. So what do we have with a new PyroCMS 3?
Last week I relaunched Laravel News, and the new site is running on Laravel with WordPress as the backend. I’ve been…
Schedule a force delete of your soft deleted Eloquent models after they've been soft deleted for a given period of time. Quicksand is an Artisan command that you can run in your scheduler daily.
Being able to easily interactive with your application to experiment or debug issues is an important thing. To help with this, Laravel provides a tinker command out of the box.
Last week I relaunched Laravel News, and the new site is running on Laravel with WordPress as the backend. I’ve been using WordPress for the past two years, and I’ve grown to enjoy the features that it provides.
Sometimes, you will need to process thousand and thousand of records. You know that those operations are very heavy for your RAM, but Eloquent has a useful method to chunk query results in blocks to optimize your load. The first parameter defines the size of the block you want to use.
One of the challenges every development team faces is managing a consistent local environment to work in. Tools like Vagrant have made this easier in the past but working with heavy VM's can be time consuming and quite taxing on your computer's resources.
What’s the best way to test events in a Laravel application? Well depending on your needs, you have a few options available to you. In this screencast, I walk through three different strategies you can use to test events, as well as the trade-offs associated with each approach.
But before we start… let’s test the speed of the stack. I used my local computer a 8 cores i7 2ghz 8GB ram 512SSD. Apache2, PHP 7.0.8.
Laravel is shipped with Eloquent and supported Soft Delete feature. We can read in Laravel Official Documentation: Soft deleting one model is super easy in Laravel. But how we attempt soft delete in model that has relationship to another model? For example:
Laravel’s collection class is truly wonderful. It contains a lot of handy methods and you can create some very elegant code with it. In client projects I found myself adding the same macro’s over and over again.
As we all know technology changes fast and if you don’t stop and look around once in awhile, you could miss it. HTTP/…
If you'd like to add a custom driver to the list, please download use our skeleton repo, and open a new Pull Request on our new channels repo. Contributions are welcome and will be fully credited.
This is a FOSS project for asset management in IT Operations. Knowing who has which laptop, when it was purchased in order to depreciate it correctly, handling software licenses, etc. It is built on Laravel 5.2.
Don't stop blogging. If you haven't started, you should: Brands that create 15 blog posts per month average 1,200 new leads per month. Blogs give websites 434 percent more indexed pages and 97 percent more indexed links. Blogs on company sites result in 55 percent more visitors.
Andrea Goulet and her business partner sat in her living room, casually reviewing their strategic plan, when an episode of This Old House came on television. It was one of those moments where ideas collide to create something new.
I just passed my two year anniversary at Snapdocs. In that time, the engineering team has grown from two contractors to eight full-time members. Also in that time, I might have actually figured out what it is I’m supposed to do as the CTO.
Non-programmers say 19 things that frustrate programmers the most. 1. “Are we on track?” I never know how exactly to respond to this. Maybe we’re “on track” right now to hit the deadline, but what if something happens? We could easily be off track any minute.
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