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After having launched a couple dozens of projects with Laravel, I decided to create a checklist for the launches. The problem is quite often something is forgotten or overlooked – either from our team side, or from the client. So this checklist should prevent it and possibly would help you in your launches too.
One of the most popular questions I’m getting as a developer and team leader is what is my/our hourly rate for web-development. Instead of answering “it depends” every time, I decided to create a mini website with an answer. Might be useful not only to myself but to you too – whether you would show it to your clients, or you are a client yourself.
As a tradition of posting little things here on the blog, one more useful detail. What do you do when you need to show a loop in Blade with foreach, but the list might be empty? You probably write if-else statement around it, right?