Technology: Laravel

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Laravel 5 task scheduler

Cronjob is a combination of two different entity. Cron is a time-based scheduler in Unix OS like Linux, FreeBSD, Mac OS etc... And these tasks are referred to as "Cron Jobs". So basic Cronjob is Unix command for scheduling jobs to be executed in specific time and specific interval OR we can say that cronjob is a some set of tasks that must be triggered at a certain interval.…

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Laravel Migration

Introduction

  • Laravel migrations provide mechanisms for creating and modifying database tables.
  • Migrations also allow you to roll back the most recent changes that you made to a database.

Generate Migrations

  • To create a migration, use the make:migration Artisan command:
  • When you create…
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News

Laravel is now Equipped Well - Laravel 6.0

With already laid foundation in the world of web-applications, here is Laravel Development with it’s fresh, well-equipped, & an extended version - 6.0, in order to meet all your desired web-Art & Crafts.

Upgraded Features:

  • For facing the dreaded place called “Dependency Hell…
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Laravel’s Nova v2.0.10 Releases

Right at the time when Laravel’s version 6 is on its way to launch, Nova v2.0.10 has recently been launched. And hence, it is created to be made compatible with the upcoming version of Laravel.

Nova v2.0.10 basically allows the correct sending of the editing & editMode parameters when creating, updating, attaching and updating requests that are attached to Nova. This…

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Laravel Releases v5.8.27 with whereHasMorph()

Laravel has released its latest version 5.8.27 with the whereHasMorph() method and other corresponding methods. These methods are helpful in raising queries against polymorphic relationships. It also provides a wildcard that will allow Laravel to get possible types from the database. 

Apart from these methods, Laravel v5.8.27 also comes loaded with a multitude of fixes and…

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Zttp - The new Guzzle Wrapper Releases

Created by Adam Wathan, Zttp is a new Guzzle Wrapper that has recently been released. This is a new PHP package which is designed in such a way that it simplifies the common use cases while also bringing an expressive syntax.

Zttp basically simplifies the code, which later automates the request and also returns the JSON response. To explore the examples of Zttp text file,…

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The Release of Laravel v5.8.19

The recently released Laravel v5.8.19 comes with a host of anticipated improvements. These improvements involve framework additions, fixes, and several other notable performance-enhancing changes. Laravel claims, these bunch of improvements affects doing large bulk inserts with Eloquent.

Amongst…

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Laravel Releases Tailwind CSS v1.0

Tailwind, the utility-first CSS by Laravel, has recently been launched with its latest version v1.0. This low-level CSS framework helps in designing highly-customizable sites. The Tailwind team had been working on this update, in order to improve its documentation and add some API for adding clarity and bringing out its real strength.

In contrast to other CSS frameworks,…

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Migration Events Added to Laravel 5.8.16

Laravel 5.8.16 has recently been added with the all-new migration events, along with the renderable contract to the MailMessage class. The renderable contract was added to MailMessage in order to simplify the previewing of the mail notification on a browser.

The entire list of fixes made under this particular update can be explored in the news source link shared below. You…

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Vue Devtools 5.0

Here comes the Vue DevTools 5.0. Guillaume Chau recently announced the release of Vue DevTools 5.0 for Chrome & FireFox.
You can install the Vue.js Devtools extension for both Chrome and …

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