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Laravel Dump Server

Laravel Dump Server is a package by Marcel Pociot, which brings Symfonys Var-Dump Server to Laravel. Instead of dumped data messing up the response, a dedicated Dump server console collects dumped data which is sent to stdout, or piped to a file: The dd() command is what I grab, but being able to dump output at certain points without die()ing seems like an excellent workflow!

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Laravel TestTools Adds Dusk Support

Laravel TestTools is a Google Chrome browser extension by Marcel Pociot that enables you to generate Laravel integration tests while using your application. Now you can use the extension to create Dusk test cases!

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Laravel 5.6.20 Released

Laravel 5.6.20 was released May 3rd 2018, with the ability to give the abort() helper function a Response or a Responsable object: Added support for passing any response (or Responsable) to “abort” helper can be useful. pic.twitter.com/9kV1kqA4uc Taylor Otwell ????

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Laravel Schemaless Attributes Package

With the Laravel Schemaless Attributes Laravel package by Spatie, you can add schemaless attributes to Eloquent relational models. The readme of the package sums up this package perfectly: Wouldnt it be cool if you could have a bit of the spirit of NoSQL available in Eloquent?

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Laravel 5.6.19 Released

Laravel version 5.6.19 was released yesterday with support for multiple CC, BCC, and Reply-To recipients. Also, the Optional class now implements the __isset() magic method.

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Laravel 5.6.18 Released

Laravel 5.6.18 was released on Friday with added support for MySQL 8 compatibility, support for custom filesystem driver URLs, more PostgreSQL operators, and added support for JSONP callbacks when broadcasting to Pusher. First, the MySqlConnector now supports MySQL version 8.

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