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Laravel Tag Helper

Laravel Tag Helper is a package by Marcel Pociot for adding powerful HTML tag helpers to your Laravel application. As a quick example of what this package can do, it ships with a few helpers out of the box.

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Laravel Form Builder

Laravel Form Builder is a package by Kristijan Husak that incorporates an API similar to Symfonys form builder for Laravel 5 applications. Form builder for Laravel 5 inspired by Symfonys form builder.

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Laravel 5.7.10 Released

The Laravel team shipped Laravel 5.7.10 yesterday with a handful of new features, fixes, and changes: First up, is the ability to load relationship counts on an Eloquent collection. Before this feature, you could only load relationships, but now you can call loadCount() to get counts for all relations.

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Introduction to the JSON API

JSON API was originally drafted in May 2013 by Yehuda Katz and reached stable in May 2015, and it is about making your API calls efficient. You can fetch data as you need, adding or removing attributes or relations as your requirements change.

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Laravel Console Task

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.

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Laravel 5.7.9 Released

Laravel 5.7.9 was released on Tuesday with some changes and fixes, along with a new 401 exception view, new session assertion methods, and PendingResourceRegistration is macroable. First, a new assertion in the TestResponse class called assertSessionDoesntHaveErrors() can be used to ensure that the session doesnt include an error for a given field: You can also use the assertSessionHasNoErrors() assertion to verify that the session doesnt have any errors.

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Log Fake for Laravel

Log Fake is a drop-in fake logger for testing with the Laravel framework by Tim MacDonald (@timacdonald). The Log fake package gives you the ability to fake the logger in your application, including the ability to make assertions against channels and stacks introduced in Laravel 5.6.

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Laravel 5.7 Mail Localization Improvements

Laravel 5.7.7 is now released and includes both bug fixes and thanks to Derek MacDonald a big improvement to Mail Localization. With the release of Laravel 5.7 the Illuminate\Notifications\Notification class started offering a locale method to set the desired language.

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Excel Export for Laravel Nova

A common feature request from clients is the ability to export data to Excel, so they can create their own reports and a myriad of other things. Maatwebsite, the creators of Laravel Excel, recently launched a new Nova package named Laravel Nova Excel for just this purpose.

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