Posts Tagged ‘application’

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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Lighthouse GraphQL Server for Laravel

Lighthouse is a PHP package that allows you to serve a GraphQL endpoint from your Laravel application. It aims to reduce boilerplate code around creating a schema and integrates well with your existing Laravel application.

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Laravel Telescope Beta Now Available

The first beta release of Laravel Telescope is now out and available for everyone. If you are not familiar with Telescope here is the quick overview: Laravel Telescope is an elegant debug assistant for the Laravel framework.

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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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Laravel Mail Viewer

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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LaRecipe: Documentation with Markdown in Your Laravel Projects

LaRecipe is a code-driven package created by Saleem Hadad that provides an easy way to create beautiful documentation for your product or application inside your Laravel app using Markdown. To get started in your project, you need to install it via composer and run the setup command to publish the necessary assets and configuration: Out of the box, LaRecipe puts your documentation at the /docs URL, and you can version control your documentation alongside your application.

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