Posts tagged with ‘php’

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Taking social fundraising online with Givebutter’s realtime platform

Social distancing has been a challenge for every company currently negotiating some form of…

Laravel 5.7 is live – here’s what’s new

Laravel 5.7 was released almost a month after Laracon US 2018. This version continues…

Understand Laravel Migration using a PHP Application

Without a doubt, Laravel is the best PHP framework right now. It would be…

Serving multiple apps with one Laravel codebase using subdomain routing

When building modern applications, it is not uncommon to have several isolated yet connected…

Laravel and JWT

In this article, we will look at using JWT to secure our Laravel APIs.…

Using log channels and stacks in Laravel

Logging is an important part of modern application development, regardless of the platform targeted…

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From in-app chat to realtime graphs and location tracking, you can rely on Pusher to scale to million of users and trillions of messages

Using React in a Laravel application

Vue.js is with no doubts the preferred JavaScript framework in the Laravel community. In…

How to write tests for Laravel applications

Writing tests for an application is a great software development practice. Often, it is…

Optimizing the performance of a Laravel application

In this article, I will be sharing with you a few ways and techniques…

Advanced Laravel Eloquent usage

In this tutorial, we are going to dig deep into the ORM (object-relational mapper)…

Getting started with GraphQL in Laravel

Since it was publicly released in 2015 by Facebook, companies like GitHub and Pinterest…