We’re all aware of the greatness that the Artisan commands add to Laravel applications. Today I wish to discuss one very useful artisan command and how you can make the best of it. Command php artisan route:list The above command will list routes in your application like Pitfall When your content is too long; say […]
Hello, been troubled with debugging the look and feel of your emails or notifications in Laravel. There is a way to render/preview your mailable blades right from the comfort of your browser, without first sending out the actual email.
In this tutorial, we are going to implement session time for our Laravel Project. We will auto logout a user if they have been inactive for a specified time and redirect to the login page.
Laravel is very powerful framework in that it comes with most of the things you have to worry about, are already settled for you. Today I wish to discuss a very pivot feature in most web applications; authentication. Most web application you will have some sort of login page for authenticating users usually with a […]
Sometimes you may be using multiple accounts for different service as Github, Gitlab, BitBucket, DigitalOcean, AWS; mention them on the same computer. Implying that you will need to use different ssh keys for all the different accounts. I want to show you how to go about setting up multiple ssh accounts on the same host machine.
Laravel comes with many helper functions that you can use straight out of the box. But once in a while you find the need to extend such helper functionality with your own custom functions. But make sure the custom functionality you need to implement is not already available in the standard language (PHP) library and […]
In the previous tutorial, were able to setup basic user authentication through the login and register options. But in a live production environment, you would want to verify that the users actually own and have access to the email addresses they have provided for the system. This functionality unfortunately doesn’t come bundled in Laravel just […]
Laravel makes implementing authentication very simple. In fact, almost everything is configured for you out of the box. The authentication configuration file is located at config/auth.php, which contains several well documented options for tweaking the behavior of the authentication services. Contollers Laravel ships with several pre-built authentication controllers, which are located in theApp\Http\Controllers\Auth namespace. The […]
In this tutorial series I will be introducing PHP programs to the Laravel PHP Framework. Laravel is a free, open-source PHP web framework, created by Taylor Otwell and intended for the development of web applications following the model–view–controller (MVC) architectural pattern. At the time of this writing, Laravel is on version 5.3 Server Requirements The Laravel […]
Often you find yourself with the need to edit and preview some content in the same space on your website without redirecting or refreshing pages. In today’s tutorial, am going to demonstrate just how to achieve that for your website.