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In Laravel 5.1, the framework includes functionality called broadcasting events that makes it easy to create real-time apps in PHP. With this new functionality, an app can publish events to various cloud-based real-time PubSub solutions, like Pusher,
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There are a few tutorials out there about how to set up Sublime Text and Xdebug so they play nice together. The good news is that in our case, Homestead has covered the configuration of Xdebug for us: the tool is already available and reporting for d
One of the great things about Laravel is it’s flexibility. In this tutorial we are going to go through every step of developing our own custom package, from coding to deploying our package on Packagist and Github for other developers to use. Le
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# Chapter 2: Building Our First Website
Now that we know how to install Laravel, l
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# Chapter 1: Instal
A Laravel package that switch default Laravel scaffolding/boilerplate to AdminLTE template, which is free!
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Alternatively, you may use the popular Josh Laravel Admin template:
In the previous part, we’ve bootstrapped our Laravel CRUD application by creating the database, some controllers, basic routes and simple views. In this part, we’ll wrap things up and implement proper CRUD.