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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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Sublime Merge

The folks at Sublime Text surprised us (well at least me) today with a new app called Sublime Mergea git client from the makers of Sublime Text. After typing git add -p in the terminal one too many times, I thought to myself: weve got some pretty great tech in Sublime Text.

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Laravel Eloquent Status Package

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.

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Announcing Laravel Events

Laravel Events is a brand new community site that I created with the goal of helping keep the community informed of conferences, meetups, and other events. My goal is to pull over the events for the Laravel News homepage and also integrate with the weekly newsletter.

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