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In this 11th video in a unset number in the tutorial series, we will go over setting up remote location modal windows. We will open up the logged in user data in a modal window that will allow the user to modify their profile details, and save it bac
I often come across people complaining about some odd behaviour when it comes to editor tabs in IntelliJ IDEA or any of the other sister products such as WebStorm or PhpStorm. Some expect a different kind of behavior from tabs. Others want the abilit
In this tenth video in a unset number in the tutorial series, we will go over setting up a default layout that you can set on your views as to only have to write the nav bar code in one place, as well as your include files. The layout can then be add
In this ninth video in a unset number in the tutorial series, we will go over pushing your project to a GIT repository such as Github, Bitbucket or the self hosted Gitlab.
The Application will be built from the ground up in these videos, and will
This Laravel package provides a base migration for you to extend to easily create all your foreign keys. If you ever ran into the problem where you had to reorganize all your migrations due to failing foreign key constraints, this is the package for
Here, we'll be focusing mainly on the gritty details of Forge. What does it do? How? How can I use it today?
Homestead is a way to develop your Laravel sites locally that provides a consistent environment that's in line with Taylor'
Listing all posts, and the ability to click and read posts. We also include Markdown support, dynamic titles and show the published date in a nice format using Carbon.
Creating a very basic template, so you can easily style the blog in your own way.
Let's change some default settings and create the migrations for our posts table. We're then ready to add blog content and output it!
There’s no mystery or secret voodoo involved in having AJAX work in a Laravel app. On its own Laravel 4 (current version) doesn’t have any API for implementing AJAX, so you’ll need to do the footwork yourself