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What Server is Needed to Deploy Laravel Projects

One of the final steps in every web-project is deploying to live server. Often I see a problem when server is provided by the client from their hosting they had purchased long time ago, and it is not suitable for convenient Laravel deployment. So in this article I will make some recommendations for clients, what hosting to prepare.

How to Send Email From Laravel, and Why We Need 3rd Party Providers For...

Sending email is a typical function for most web-projects: notifications, password reminders, invoices are done via email. But in recent years we've faced a technical problem. It's not about just sending emails anymore, it's about delivering them successfully.

Laravel Excel Export: Formatting and Styling Cells

Laravel-Excel package is great for exporting data. But not a lot of info there about formatting Excel cells - widths, word wraps, fonts etc. So when I encountered this in a client's project, I decided to write this article with a few tips on this topic.

Matt Stauffer: “Is Laravel Enterprise-Ready?”

With Laravel Live UK 2018 being over (awesome event, thanks Jonty!), I want to share my recap of one particular talk. Matt Stauffer has expressed his thoughts about Laravel in enterprise world. Is Laravel good enough? Let's find out and discuss.

Using Asana API in Laravel/PHP

Recently I've started a new client project which uses API of a project management tool called Asana. So I decided to write up a short demo for anyone who wants to use it, it's really simple.

Laravel-Excel 3.0: Export Custom Array into Excel

Recently popular package Laravel-Excel released a new version 3.0, which was a pretty radical change from previous versions. I needed to do a simple Excel export and noticed that their documentation covers only export from Laravel Collections but not from some custom structure. So I will show you a "workaround".

Laravel Exceptions: How to Catch, Handle and Create Your Own

Quite often web-developers don't care enough about errors. If something goes wrong, you often see default Laravel texts like "Whoops, something went wrong" or, even worse, the exception code, which is not helpful at all to the visitor. So I decided to write a step-by-step article of how to handle errors in elegant way and present proper error information to the visitor.

How to Test Junior Laravel Developer Skills: Sample Project

While expanding my team and working with potential junior developers, I've come up with a few tasks to test their practical knowledge. There's not much value in quizzes or interviews - let them create one simple project. From start to finish. So here's an example of such project, you can use it for your own needs.

Laravel Mail Notifications: How to Customize the Templates

Laravel has a useful Notification system, where you can notify user about something via email, Slack etc. And there is a quite good default HTML template for emails. But what if you want to customize its design?

TOP 15 LaravelDaily Articles+Videos in 2017

Another year gone by, so it's time to to some recap - what articles were the best in 2017? Gathered this statistics from three sources where we publish content: this blog, QuickAdminPanel blog and our YouTube channel. Enjoy!

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