Another review in our series for Laravel-based products on the market. Today we have Faveo-helpdesk - Open source ticketing system built on Laravel 5.2. It's quite a huge project - to be honest, I didn't manage to make it work properly in the end, but will still give you a quick overview.
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.
This is the third article in series of reviewing various Laravel-based projects, and today our attention goes to Attendize - ticket selling web-project which...
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.
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.
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.
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!
Another quick announcement from our team - we've upgraded our online adminpanel generator to generate Laravel 5.3 version. It was quite a big challenge, but now QuickAdmin supports both 5.2 and 5.3.