August 11, 2022 — Oftentimes, you may find it useful to check whether which among all the packages requires/depends upon a certain PHP version.
August 7, 2022 — Collecting and uploading files from the user’s device is a task that most modern web applications need to do every now and then. In such scenarios, the
<input> with the
file type can be used to handle file uploads.
August 4, 2022 — Even though this is a blog site, I never leave a stone unturned to make it mine. I try to add those little extra touches that, when you discover them, make you go “aha!”.
August 2, 2022 — A new Laravel release just dropped and with that, a brand new feature is ready to embrace us.
August 1, 2022 — Using third-party packages is a great way to add/implement certain features in your projects. For instance, Composer is the de-facto way of installing third-party packages in PHP-based projects conveniently.
July 30, 2022 — There’s always a talk going on about how we can incorporate conditions in CSS and recently, I found an interesting scenario in one of the tweets by Stefan Judis that shows how we can combine different selectors and operators to sort of sprinkle the magic of conditions in CSS.
July 25, 2022 — Sometimes, when working on a feature that is tightly coupled with a certain version of the language, it’s important to check which version you’re running on your server.
July 20, 2022 — Recently, a minor release for Laravel 9.x has introduced many new features that mostly include the revamp/fresh new look of Artisan commands. This includes commands to handle migrations to clearing caches to handling queues.
July 19, 2022 — Validating incoming HTTP requests is an integral part of any robust web application and if you work with Laravel, it makes it a breeze to work with validation.
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