Quite often developers and agencies get tired of client work and start creating their own products: internal tools, packages, maybe even SaaS solutions. That's...
In recent years, Laracasts has become a no.1 resource for learning Laravel. Also, there's a really active discussion forum on the website, so we decided to chat with one of the most active members there. Bobby Bouwmann has almost 1000 "Best Reply" awards on the forum, which is a huge number. So what is it like to be so active on Laracasts? Let's find out.
Those who follow this blog or Twitter account know that last week I did some Laravel-based products reviews. Totally 6 of them, all in one week. I've published them one by one, and now it's time to recap and talk about main conclusions, takeaways and lessons. What have I learned from those Laravel products?
Another interesting interview! Some of you may have heard about PyroCMS - one of the best Laravel-based systems on the market. So I decided to talk to its creator Ryan Thompson and ask about the history of Pyro, the future plans and the vision behind the project. And here's a long but interesting interview with insights from the man himself. Have fun reading!
Let's continue our new tradition of interviewing interesting people - today I have Jeff Madsen who is really active on Twitter and on his Laravel newsletter, which we will talk about in a minute. He's also written a couple of books and has a lot of tips - both on coding and on freelancing. And on life in general. Let's talk to Jeff!
In this chapter of my e-book let’s take on the "holy war" between frameworks. I’m not kidding here - developers actually fight (verbally only, I hope) with each other about what framework to use.
Yes, you've read it right - thoughts and feelings, not review or recap. This article will be filled with emotions, cause that was my first Laracon and for me it was a lot of new thing, meeting people etc.