How To Upload Multiple Files in Laravel 5.4

File upload is one of the most commonly used features in web-projects. And it seems pretty easy - form, submit, validation, store....

83 Top Laravel Articles in 2016: What You Clicked in Newsletters

A little later than most "Year in Review" posts but it took some time to manually pick the most-clicked articles from our newsletter, there were 1000+ useful links from all over the web. Also I will mention authors with links to their profiles - let's thank them for their effort! So, what topics were the most popular in 2016?

5 Ways to Solve Angular and Blade Conflict

If you work with AngularJS and Laravel project, you might come across a conflict of the same syntax - both Angular and Blade use {{ }} brackets for variables. How to avoid errors? Actually, there's more than one option here.

Laravel for Clients: What is the difference between Laravel versions?

Every framework has its own version history - it’s being maintained and updated. So every new version brings new functionality, some functions are changed or deprecated, so it’s quite important to know which version you will be using for your projects.

Checklist: 8 Things to Do When Launching Laravel Project LIVE

After having launched a couple dozens of projects with Laravel, I decided to create a checklist for the launches. The problem is quite often something is forgotten or overlooked - either from our team side, or from the client. So this checklist should prevent it and possibly would help you in your launches too.

LaravelDaily is 1-year old: Top Articles, Lessons Learned and Future Plans

Important day for this blog - on June 22, 2015 I wrote the first article here. The idea was to share small tips daily, and now it's time to recap on what actually happened during that year.

Top 20 Laravel People to Follow Online

While reading Twitter feed everyday, I see more and more new people in Laravel community. At the same time there are the most active ones who deserve following and thanking for their input to the community. So I decided to list them all with links to their work - you need to know our heroes, and also interesting to dive into their past and what they had done throughout their careers.

Laravel and shared-hosting: working with FTP and phpMyAdmin

With Laravel, we get used to command line commands like composer install or artisan migrate. But what if we have only shared-hosting from client, with only FTP access and phpMyAdmin to manage database? Laravel is still usable in this case, but there are some tricks you need to make it work.

10 less-known (but awesome!) Laravel Collections methods

Laravel Eloquent is awesome - probably I don't need to tell you that. What is less known is the list of methods to work with Eloquent Collections. You can filter them, slice them, easily modify etc. But let's look at it one by one.

Building a Laravel form without Illuminate/html

Laravel 5 version got us confused by separating our beloved Form::open world into a separate package. Now you have to add "illuminate/html": "~5.0" to your projects, whenever you want to use forms, right? Not necessary, you can survive without it.