NEW: abort_if() and abort_unless() - two small helpers

Another quick tip out of Laravel world - two new helper functions in the newest 5.2.22 version of the framework. They deal with abort() statement but make it a little prettier. Here's how. The usual way we do check-abort procedure:
if (!$order) {
  abort(404);
}
Now you can do it in one line:
abort_if(!$order, 404);
Isn't Laravel awesome? And there's also a direct opposite new function - abort_unless(). They were both introduced with a commit 18 days ago - here's how it looks internally: laravel abort_if Simple but nice, huh?

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