Posts Tagged ‘laravel’

Laravel 5.7.12 Released

The latest Laravel 5.7 release, 5.7.12, is here with new additions, changes, and bugfixes: First, the CacheManager class has a new forgetDriver() method that allows you to drop a connection already opened by the cache manager. This feature allows you to force a connection to reconnect or you change config options and want to create the connection again.

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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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Laravel Form Builder

Laravel Form Builder is a package by Kristijan Husak that incorporates an API similar to Symfonys form builder for Laravel 5 applications. Form builder for Laravel 5 inspired by Symfonys form builder.

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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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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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Larastan: Discover Bugs in Your Code Before Running It

Larastan is a static analysis command-line tool by Nuno Maduro built on top of PHPStan and focuses on finding errors in your Laravel code before running it. If youve ever used PhpStorm, youve probably experienced static analysis of your PHP code both in realtime and within code inspections.

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Building Package Installers

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.

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