Posts Tagged ‘example’
Eventy is a Laravel package by Tor Morten Jensen that brings WordPress-style actions and filters to your Laravel app. This package has a lightweight API and makes it easy to build an action and filter system as found in WordPress.
Ive compiled a list of my favorite GitHub tips and tricks that I use in my workflow daily. You might be familiar with some or even all of them, but I find that developers new to GitHub and veterans alike might pick up a new tip or two by sharing!
Laravel 5.6.26 was released June 20th with allowing the passing of the recipient name in mail notifications; the table name is now passed to post-migration create hooks, array/collections are now allowed in Auth::attempt(), and more. First, two new Azure SQL connection lost messages were added to DetectsLostConnections.
The Laravel Eloquent Status package by Rasmus Christoffer Nielsen is a package that helps you check the state and status of eloquent models without cluttering them. I am sure many of us have built something similar to the following example: lets say you have a post model with various statuses, such as draft, scheduled, and published.