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I think most of us that have worked with Laravel for a while are very familiar with the package installation process: add the package via composer, register the service provider, publish the config file, update the environment file, hopefully you remember to update .env.example, and after all of that you hope that you didnt miss a step. This often involved copying and pasting from a README and bouncing back and forth between your editor and a browser.
Laravel Console Task is a package by Nuno Maduro that allows you to perform tasks and to output the results to the console. For example, lets say your package comes with a console command that checks for certain requirements to validate that the installation is compatible with your PHP environment: As seen in the above example, the macro returns the result of the closure, which means you can capture the result in a variable if you need to reference the outcome later in your console.
Laravel Mail Viewer is a package by Harish Toshniwal that enables you to view all the mailables in your Laravel application in a single place. The Design and content team members often need access to the emails your app will be sending out to the users.
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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.
Team Synapse is Josh Cohen, Jacob Hoffman, Jordan Hank, and John Morgan, four Stanford University computer science majors with a shared interest in using computer science for the social good. They invite you to contribute to the Synapse project on GitHub.
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