13 results for tag "Laravel".
In Part 5 we cover a neglected area in package development. If we want others contributing fixes and updates to our package then unit testing will become crucial.Read full post ›
In Part 4 we cover setting up our database. We then get into migrations and seeding data between our package and an app.Read full post ›
In Part 3 we will build on what we learned in part 2. We will cover configuration files and publishing our package so that views and configs can be overwritten within an app.Read full post ›
In Part 2 we cover some basic package development. We cover, controllers, views and routes and get some working code up and running.Read full post ›
Creating a new package in Laravel can be a confusing process. In Part 1 we cover the process from setting up to publishing our packages.Read full post ›
Yep another post on why you should switch to Laravel from CodeIgniter. I’ve been using CodeIgniter for about three years now and still continue to do so on some projects. However since I decided to finally give Laravel a whirl, it’s been no looking back.Read full post ›