December 12, 2019 — The best thing about working with Laravel is finding an alternate way to do same old boring stuff every now and then. I came across something called as “Higher Order Messages” while working with Eloquent recently. The feature has been in Laravel since its v5.4.
December 10, 2019 — When I started my blog three years ago, I didn’t intend to blog on a regular basis. Back then, I used to write about things which I learn on a day to day basis but that wasn’t very often. My frequency of posting an article was 1-2 articles per month.
December 7, 2019 — PHP 7.4 is finally released a few days ago. It’s a fourth feature update to the PHP 7 series and it comes with a very interesting set of features which I’m going to talk about in this article. Some of are very long overdue such as unpacking arrays, typed properties and so forth. However, these all comes with some sort of caveats. Let’s talk about all of the new features in details.
December 5, 2019 — Jetbrain’s PhpStorm is my goto IDE when it comes to the PHP developement. Be it Laravel, Symphony or Magento. It’s like a gold standard. The kind of intelligent features it offers is unmatchable and almost irrplaceable by any IDE of this level.
December 1, 2019 — There exists four types of relationship associated between models/entities. And they are: One To One, One To Many, Many To One and Many To Many. We’re specifically going to talk about Many To Many relationship and most importantly
sync helper methods that are provided in Laravel in this article.
November 26, 2019 — In this article, I'll talk about Dependency Injection and Dependency Injection Container and why one should use DI Containers.
November 20, 2019 — In this article, I've discussed regarding Nullable types that are introduced in PHP 7.1 and its usefulness.
November 12, 2019 — Today, I got to know about a very clean looking and intuitive way of unsetting/deleting a cookie from client's browser using PHP. No "setting the expiry time in past" bullshit.
November 6, 2019 — If you’re looking for a quick way to drop all the tables, their types and views and if you’re using Laravel 6.x, you can use this little artisan command called
db:wipe in order to do the same.
November 2, 2019 — In this article, I’m going to discuss about the feature in Laravel using which you can extend the functionality of certain Laravel’s core classes without even touching the original codebase. Or in other words, adding methods to the class dynamically.
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