There are two popular ways to set up Laravel/php development environment on macOS: Valet and Homestead. Both are good for development, but their approach is
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Working as a software developer in the past 10+ years, I’ve used couple of IDEs and text editors (e.g Eclipse, Netbeans, Sublime text, Notepad++, etc),
Summernote is great and free wysiwyg editor that offers basically everything that paid wysiwyg does, however when I got to the point where I need
Laravel-websockets package by beyondcode brings the power of WebSockets to your Laravel application. It’s great free pusher replacement and it offers SSL and Laravel Echo
Many php developers rely on var_dump (or it’s reincarnations in frameworks: debug(), dump(), dd(), etc) when debugging their code, and in most cases this is
We use Homestead as a Server for all our projects even for WordPress projects. PHPStorm has a really nice Database connection feature. But to set it
And another Laravel version is on it’s way to us (developers, code enthusiasts) and of course as in any other version there will be things