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In the project Safe PHP by David Ngrier, all PHP functions that return false are rewritten to throw exceptions instead. The readme describes the problem with functions returning false before exception handling came to PHP: Most PHP core functions have been written before exception handling was added to the language.
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.
Every time there is a new project there is the need for structure. Admin dashboards, themes based on frameworks, e-commerce and other components are needed and mostly it is more convenient to get them from trusted authors like Creative Tim.
When styling with CSS you may not be exactly sure how to create the result you are looking for and often it is more difficult than it seemed to be. Visit CSS Playground before starting creating your own shapes, to learn/play with CSS using sliders.
A useful feature that shipped in Laravel 5.5 is fallback routing. You can learn about fallback routing in Better 404 responses using Laravel +5.5 by Mohamed Said (the author of the feature) to get the full picture of why its useful and how to use fallback routes.
The JS Foundation is taking jurisdiction over Architect, an open source software project for provisioning and maintaining cloud infrastructure from a simple text file, with a focus on AWS Lambda and eventually other serverless computing implementations. The Architect project proposes a file format referred to as .arc.
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Brandy is a project powered by Vue.js and serves as brand asset manager for your menu bar that keeps your team in sync with correct assets at all times. You can drag and drop logos or copy hex codes by clicking color swatches (gradients, fonts), it is like a toolkit to help you stay productive.
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.