#Laravel News

Create Dynamic Discounts with Custom Conditions on Laravel With the Discountify Package

Discountify is a Laravel package designed for managing dynamic discounts with custom conditions.
#Laravel Packages
By Paul Redmond | Jan 25, 2024

Download Over 1,500 Google Fonts in Your Laravel Project

Laravel Webfonts is a package allowing you to download, install, and preload over 1,500 Google fonts locally in your Laravel project.
By Paul Redmond | Jan 24, 2024

Laravel 10.42 – Global Defaults for the HTTP Client, a Max Validation Rule for Passwords, and more

Laravel v10.42 includes new global default options for the HTTP client, a max validation rule for the password rule object, a string unwrap helper, an…
#News #Laravel Releases
By Paul Redmond | Jan 26, 2024

Meet Aspen: Speedier & Smarter API Testing, Outshining Postman and Insomnia

Treblle launched Aspen, a lightweight Mac app that is an alternative to Postman or Insomnia.
By Steve McDougall | Jan 24, 2024

Write Tabular Assertions with Pest and PHPUnit

Write readable, tabular test data for Pest and PHPUnit tests that allow you to describe data in a Markdown table-like format and compare it to the act…
#Laravel Packages
By Paul Redmond | Jan 22, 2024

Handling Bulk Imports in Filament

Learn how to handle bulk imports in Filament
#Laravel Tutorials #Filament
By Alex Six | Jan 25, 2024

Introducing Filament v3.2

2024 is off to a roaring start with the release of Filament v3.2! This release is packed with a bunch of exciting updates, so come take a look at ever…
#News #Filament
By Alex Six | Jan 25, 2024

90 Laravel Tutorials, Packages, and Resources from 2023

This year is coming to a close and to celebrate I put together this post of all the greatest hits each month. This features cool packages, news, and t…
By Eric L. Barnes | Jan 22, 2024

#Ashallen Design UK

Automatically Hash Laravel Model Values Using the “Hashed” Cast

#Laravel #Security & Privacy #Tips & Tricks #Web Development
By Ashley Allen | Jan 23, 2024

How to Validate Your Laravel App’s Config

#Laravel #Web Development
By Ashley Allen | Jan 22, 2024

#Freek Dev

Generating status badges using PHP

Recently, we introduced a nice new feature to
By Freek Van der Herten | Jan 27, 2024

My Favourite Alpine.js Plugins

I’ve been using Alpine.js for a long time now, these are a few of my favourite plugins.
By Ryan Chandler | Jan 25, 2024

Generate PDFs in Laravel: A Deep Dive into Laravel PDF Export with Spatie/Browsershot

Spatie/BrowserShot is a versatile Laravel package that facilitates the generation of PDFs or screenshots by leveraging headless browsers. This package seamlessly integrates with Laravel applications, allowing developers to capture the rendered HTML of web pages or views and convert them into PDFs or images.
By Harish Kumar | Jan 24, 2024

Exploring Laravel Login Link

Here’s a cool Laracasts video made by Christoph Rumpel that demostrates our
By | Jan 23, 2024

Using interfaces in third-party packages

How to effectively use interfaces to make your PHP package easier to work with and more customizable than ever before.
By Sven | Jan 23, 2024

Keycode Event Helper

I built this small little helper tool that makes it easy to see information about key presses inside of JavaScript events.
By Ryan Chandler | Jan 22, 2024

What is a Command Bus?

Take a quick look at what is a Command Bus and develop a mental model on how to think about it and it’s purpose.
By Andrew Cairns | Jan 22, 2024

Making sure Laravel’s debug mode is always disabled in production

Recently, people started talking about a malware called “Androxgh0st” specifically targeting Laravel apps. In a recent edition of Securing Laravel, Stephen Rees-Carter wrote a good explanation of how it works. The malware targets apps with APP_DEBUG set to true. When enabled, Laravel will give…
By | Jan 22, 2024

#Laravel io

Automatically Hash Laravel Model Values Using the “Hashed” Cast

Hashing is an important security concept that every web developer should know about. It…
#Security #Laravel
By ash-jc-allen | Jan 23, 2024


Laravel Vs CodeIgniter: A Detailed Side-by-Side Comparison for 2024

In the dynamic realm of web development, two PHP frameworks stand tall as the vanguards of efficiency and…
By Sarim Javaid | Jan 22, 2024

Laravel vs WordPress: Choosing the Ideal Platform for Your Web Development Needs in 2024

Navigating the ever-evolving landscape world of web development in 2024, Laravel and WordPress emerge as standout choices. But…
By Inshal Ali | Jan 23, 2024

#Laravel Magazine

Conditionally dispatch job chains and batches

Laravel version 10.41.0 introduced a feature that allows for the conditional dispatch of job…
By Marian | Jan 22, 2024

Model Pruning in Laravel: The Custom Path Solution

The model pruning command by default seeks models in the app/Models directory. However, what…
#Laravel #Tutorials
By Marian | Jan 22, 2024

#Mastering Laravel

Why might you want to forget a route parameter?

And how does it work?
By Joel Clermont | Jan 26, 2024

Inspecting files in a Docker container

And easily spotting what changed
By Joel Clermont | Jan 25, 2024

Considerations when cleaning up a big table

Without causing downtime or making production slow
By Joel Clermont | Jan 24, 2024

A measured approach to using Larastan

More isn’t always better
By Joel Clermont | Jan 23, 2024

How to test that a model wasn’t changed

In a very simple way
By Joel Clermont | Jan 22, 2024

#Honey Badger

Processes and Artisan commands in Laravel

Read about how to create and test commands to interact with your Laravel application and server. Discover new tips and tricks for writing your own Artisan commands, and how to use Laravel 10’s Process facade.
#php #laravel #artisan
By Ashley Allen | Jan 23, 2024

#IT Solution Stuff

Laravel 10 Eloquent Model Search Query Example

Hey Dev,
In this tutorial, you will discover laravel 10 search query. I explained simply step by step laravel 10 eloquent search query example. you will learn laravel eloquent search query. I’m goin…..
By Hardik Savani | Jan 27, 2024

#Lara Coding

How to Show an Image From Storage in Laravel Blade

Laravel expects images to be served from the public folder. In this guide you’ll learn two methods to overcome this and display images from the storage folder.
By Johan van den Broek | Jan 22, 2024