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Ribbbon – project management system on Laravel 5.1 and Vue.js

We continue our series of reviews of various interesting Laravel projects, and today we have a tool with a weird name Ribbbon (no idea why it’s called like that) – it’s a simple project management tool with a little different UI than usual Bootstrap-based admin layouts. Let’s take a look.

Wednesday, November 9th, 2016


Attendize – event tickets selling system based on Laravel 5

This is the third article in series of reviewing various Laravel-based projects, and today our attention goes to Attendize –

Tuesday, November 8th, 2016


Invoice Ninja – Laravel-powered solution for better invoicing

We continue the series of reviews for Laravel-based projects and apps. Today we have Invoice Ninja – a really powerful tool for, you guessed it, invoicing. It really impressed me, let me tell you how.

Monday, November 7th, 2016


FlarePoint: Laravel-based free CRM [REVIEW]

Today I’m starting a series of reviews: will be trying and testing various Laravel-based open-source projects available on GitHub and elsewhere. First to check out – is a self-hosted CRM project called Flarepoint.

Sunday, November 6th, 2016


How to Prevent and Fix Bugs: 10 Things you can do [VIDEO]

I’ve published a new video on our Youtube Channel Laravel Business – decided to talk about bugs and how to prevent/fix them effectively. Here are my thoughts.

Tuesday, October 25th, 2016


Revisionable: package to log who did what and when in Laravel Models

A short review of a package which is hugely popular but I’ve found it only recently. Quite a useful case – if you want to log all the changes to your data – who changed what and when, it’s pretty simple with Revisionable.

Tuesday, October 25th, 2016


Quickly test email sending with… artisan tinker!

Artisan tinker is a wonderful command-line helper to run any simple code. I was often using it to test simple things like if there is any data in Eloquent model or something like that. But today I realised it’s much more powerful. So when faced the task of testing if Mailgun is working for one of the clients – here’s how it looked.

Thursday, October 20th, 2016


10 Fresh Laravel Packages – October 2016

Let’s continue our monthly tradition of reviewing new and useful Laravel packages. To be honest, not all of them are new, but found by me only recently. As usual, here are the slides with links to the packages below.

Wednesday, October 12th, 2016

angularjs blade

5 Ways to Solve Angular and Blade Conflict

If you work with AngularJS and Laravel project, you might come across a conflict of the same syntax – both Angular and Blade use {{ }} brackets for variables. How to avoid errors? Actually, there’s more than one option here.

Monday, October 10th, 2016