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Change Default Migrations DB Table in Config

By default, Laravel migration mechanism stores all the operations in database table migrations. Did you know that you can change it? I will show you how and why would you need it.

Wednesday, December 21st, 2016

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Jason McCreary from Laravel Shift: “Ambitious project that gets smarter as more people use it”

Another interview with an interesting Laravel-world person and about an ambitious project – this time our guest is Jason McCreary, with his latest project called Laravel Shift.

Tuesday, December 13th, 2016

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LaraQuiz: how well do you know Laravel?

New mini-project from our Laravel Daily Team – let’s test your Laravel knowledge with LaraQuiz.com! Project was created to showcase our own QuickAdmin and mostly for a local Laravel Meetup, but hey – why not share with the world, right?

Tuesday, December 13th, 2016

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Model Default Ordering: Assigning a Global Scope

Quite an often situation in real-life projects that you have to order lists by a certain condition. For example, countries/cities in alphabetical order everywhere. Is there a way to avoid adding “orderBy” every time we make a list for a dropdown? Apparently, it’s pretty easy – we can use Global Scopes.

Monday, December 5th, 2016

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Mario Bašić: “Laravelista emerged from my love of writing and helping other people”

Recently quite a lot of web-projects started with tutorials and courses on Laravel. On of them is Laravelista, created by Mario Bašić. We decided to talk to the author and ask more details about the project and how’s it going.

Sunday, December 4th, 2016

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Laravel Auth: Login With Email Or Username (In One Field)

Quick tip for you guys. What if in your project users can login not only with email but also with some other field, like “username” or “user_id” or whatever? By default Laravel allows only one field like ’email’. That’s actually easy to change.

Friday, December 2nd, 2016

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REVIEW: 3 Tools to Generate Laravel Migrations from Existing Database

Recently I’ve found a few interesting tools that help generate Laravel migrations automatically from your already existing database schema. In theory it looks very cool, but we decided to test them – I asked a colleague to actually try them all out with real demo-projects. How do they generate filenames and field types? Additional rules? Foreign keys? Do they actually work? Let’s take a look.

Wednesday, November 30th, 2016

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Laravel for Clients: Tools/services for Laravel deployment

As I mentioned in another chapter of the book, deployment of the code is a pretty complicated process – actually, not only in Laravel, in any modern robust projects. So, to make it easier – Laravel creator Taylor Otwell has built some additional tools to make it easier.

Monday, November 28th, 2016

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Dennis from LaraBug: “Growing faster than I could imagine”

We have another interesting interview in our blog – this time I’ve invited Dennis Smink who recently launched a new Laravel-related project called Larabug, so we’re talking about what is behind the scenes of this new idea.

Wednesday, November 23rd, 2016