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Laravel 5.6.20 was released May 3rd 2018, with the ability to give the abort() helper function a Response or a Responsable object: Added support for passing any response (or Responsable) to “abort” helper can be useful. pic.twitter.com/9kV1kqA4uc Taylor Otwell ????
With the Laravel Schemaless Attributes Laravel package by Spatie, you can add schemaless attributes to Eloquent relational models. The readme of the package sums up this package perfectly: Wouldnt it be cool if you could have a bit of the spirit of NoSQL available in Eloquent?
VuePress has been officially out for some time now and some people may wonder why it’s so great or why bothering using it, I don’t write docs that often some may say. Well, you may never use it but before you forget all about it, read what can you do with it and how.
Laravel 5.6.18 was released on Friday with added support for MySQL 8 compatibility, support for custom filesystem driver URLs, more PostgreSQL operators, and added support for JSONP callbacks when broadcasting to Pusher. First, the MySqlConnector now supports MySQL version 8.
The latest version of Laravel 5.6, version 5.6.16, is officially available as of Monday with a couple of new features, including support for executing console commands using the class name. When you call a console command, you typically use the console command name to execute it programmatically: Now with class support, you can call consoles by the name of the class: The View is now macroable, which means you can define custom methods via a service provider boot() method just like many of the other services that ship with Laravel.