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LaRecipe is a code-driven package created by Saleem Hadad that provides an easy way to create beautiful documentation for your product or application inside your Laravel app using Markdown. To get started in your project, you need to install it via composer and run the setup command to publish the necessary assets and configuration: Out of the box, LaRecipe puts your documentation at the /docs URL, and you can version control your documentation alongside your application.
Laravel 5.6.30 and Laravel 5.5.42 have both been released to fix a security issue and is recommended that all users upgrade as soon as possible. According to the upgrade docs: This vulnerability may only be exploited if your application encryption key (APP_KEY environment variable) has been accessed by a malicious user.
Were thrilled to announce Laravel Nova, a beautifully designed administration panel for Laravel created by the Laravel team. The level of customization available in Nova is mind-blowing, and its quite intelligent out-of-the-box once you configure Nova resources for your application.
PHPConsole is a neat Windows desktop application GUI for writing, reading, and executing PHP code by Josiah Ovye Yahaya. The main features of PHPConsole are: The app includes a local web server, which is perfect for aspiring developers trying to learn PHP: Using this app lowers the barrier of needing to worry about setting up PHP locally, and those learning PHP can experiment with the language quickly by executing code immediately and getting instant feedback.
Breadcrumbs are one of those things that I dont think about until I need them, and then I feel like I recreate a system for them in my application every time. Laravel Breadcrumbs is a package by Dave James Miller that makes adding breadcrumb navigation to your application (relatively) painless with a simple API: To render breadcrumbs, you can pick from the following templates that ship with the Laravel Breadcrumb package at the time of writing: Depending on which template you need, you configure it as a published configuration in config/breadcrumbs.php: And finally you render the breadcrumbs in your view: