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Demo-Project: Managing Timezones for Every User in Laravel

To demonstrate how Laravel works with timezones, we've created a small demo-project. User registration is expanded with Timezone field, and then every...

8 Things You Can Customize in Laravel Registration

Laravel has a great Auth system out-of-the-box, with just a few commands you can have Login/Register functions ready. But let's dive a little deeper and see what we can easily customize.

Did You Know: Five Additional Filters in belongsTo() or hasMany()

Typical Eloquent one-to-many relationship is defined with belongsTo() and hasMany() methods in the model. But did you know you can chain more methods to filter specific records for that relationship? Let me show you what I mean.

Laravel: Upload File and Hide Real URL for Secure Download under UUID

File uploads are one of the essential things in web apps these days. But secure download of these files is sometimes even more important. So how to store files securely so people wouldn't have access to them or guess their URLs or IDs of their records? Here's a small demo tutorial.

Eloquent: Expert Level Course – 4 FREE Lessons and 50% Discount

I've recently launched a new online-course Eloquent: Expert Level. With this article, I want to make you an offer which may convince you to join the course.

FREE E-book: 60 Laravel Quick Tips (and counting)

Laravel is full of hidden gems, undocumented or less-known features, functions parameters and "hacks". While finding them in work of my team, I decided to compile them into an e-book.

How to Deploy Laravel Projects to Live Server: The Ultimate Guide

There are a lot of courses and articles about coding but much less about putting it in production. With a lot of questions asked, I decided to write this ultimate (hopefully) guide to deploy Laravel projects.

Use Laravel Observers and Global Scopes to Create User Multi-Tenancy

Multi-tenant application are pretty common these days, where database are entries can be accessed only by users who created them. In this article, I will show the simplest way to achieve it in Laravel.

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.

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