Tag :: Laravel
In Part 6 we discuss some extra features of package development in Laravel. Some of these are more general concepts but will aid you when developing Laravel pacakges.
QuoteyQuote is a new app created by Websanova. It features some nice features like the ability to share quotes with your friends on the platform.
Using Homestead for Laravel development is great however there can be some issues with the NFS. A good option is to use sftp to avoid these issues.
Homestead is a great way to get a packaged environment for your Laravel packages. However for Windows we will need to setup NFS to get it our page load times to an appropriate level.
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.
Websanova EasyCache Released for Laravel version 5.x. EasyCache is a simple on demand caching extension for laravel similar to get() and find(). It extends Laravel to also allow cache().
In Part 4 we cover setting up our database. We then get into migrations and seeding data between our package and an app.
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.
In Part 2 we cover some basic package development. We cover, controllers, views and routes and get some working code up and running.
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.
Setting up a global Data store in Laravel for easy use in Controllers, Models and Views.
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.