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Right on the heels of our post about Laravel Love: Likes and Dislikes for Eloquent Models, a reader mentioned another similar package called Befriended: Eloquent Befriended brings social media-like features like following, blocking and filtering content based on following or blocked models. Laravel Befriended comes with scopes that manage filtering content that gives you easy control better what your user can see and cannot see.
PHP 7.3 introduces two new array functions for working with the outer keys of an array. The RFC proposal included four new functions for both keys and values, but only the array key functions were accepted: Although the outer array value functions were declined, at least new functions will be available for getting the outer keys of an array.
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.