Posts Tagged ‘laravel’
I think most of us that have worked with Laravel for a while are very familiar with the package installation process: add the package via composer, register the service provider, publish the config file, update the environment file, hopefully you remember to update .env.example, and after all of that you hope that you didnt miss a step. This often involved copying and pasting from a README and bouncing back and forth between your editor and a browser.
Laravel 5.7.9 was released on Tuesday with some changes and fixes, along with a new 401 exception view, new session assertion methods, and PendingResourceRegistration is macroable. First, a new assertion in the TestResponse class called assertSessionDoesntHaveErrors() can be used to ensure that the session doesnt include an error for a given field: You can also use the assertSessionHasNoErrors() assertion to verify that the session doesnt have any errors.
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.
Since the release of Laravel Nova weve seen a lot of cool packages come out and even a whole new site dedicated to listing all the tools available. Based on what you are building with Nova some packages will work better for you than others, but one thing is for sure you should always be keeping up with application errors.
The Laravel Health Panel by Antonio Ribeiro is a package for Laravel that checks if the applications resources are running as expected. Health Panel ships with an enormous number of built-in checkers ranging from things like checking that configuration are cached, to DocuSign.
Since the release of his book in January, Laravel News writer Paul Redmond, has been working on a Docker for PHP Developers video course, a hands-on, tutorial style book + videos on using Docker and PHP in development. Today, the Docker for PHP Developers video course is available for purchase!
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.
Laravel Luhn is a package by Vincent Prat that provides utilities to ease validation and computation of credit cards, SIREN codes, and other use-cases for the Luhn algorithm. The Luhn algorithm (Wikipedia), developed in the 1950s by IBM scientist Hans Peter Luhn, is a simple checksum formula used to validate a variety of identification numbers.