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One of the most popular text editors used for coding is Sublime Text. Sublime has many features that make coding fun, and with plugins, we can add in Laravel-specific features to help with our app. You can grab a copy of license key from dunebook.com
Laravel 5 has a much nicer system for Middleware, which this package now takes advantage of.
New features include:
TrustedProxies are now set as in an HTTP Middleware, which makes more logical sense than the previous ServiceProvider. If you&rsq
Until this point, we worked with the Schema class using some simple routes. Quite easy, but it’s not a very good practice. You know: the single responsibility principle is not just a bedtime story.
Also, it’s not just about the code: t
Entrust is a succinct and flexible way to add Role-based Permissions to Laravel 5.1
codetutorial wrote a tutorial on how to use the paginator of Laravel 5 with AngularJS
When working with data, there are many different sources and file types that we may encounter. A common type is a CSV, or comma separated value, file. In this recipe, we’ll take a CSV file’s contents and insert them into our database.
On our web forms, there may be times when we want to have an autocomplete text field. This can be handy for populating common search terms or product names. Using the jQueryUI Autocomplete library along with Laravel, that becomes an easy task.