The programming world is far too big for one person. With that in mind, for this series, I've invited a number of special guests to teach you what they know best.
Our first guest spotlight is Dries Vints, who works on Laravel as part of the core team. In this episode, he'll show you the ins ands out of managing and organizing dotfiles on your Mac. Have you ever reinstalled your OS, only to spend days downloa...
In this lesson, Jose Soto will show you, step by step, how easy it can be to maintain local database management systems on your machine, using Docker.
Searchable, sortable tables or data are a common requirement in web apps. Today, Caleb Porzio walks us through building a custom data-table using a new tool he’s been developing called Livewire. He'll explain what Livewire is, how it works, and show...
Caleb Porzio returns this week to provide an in depth review of lookup tables. Lookup tables are a lesser known, but extremely versatile and powerful little pattern. We’ll use them to clean up some long conditionals, and then explore how they can hel...
In this lesson, Freek Van der Herten stops by to demonstrate several tips for simplifying your controllers.
In this video, Freek Van der Herten will introduce you to snapshot testing using the PHPUnit Snapshot Assertions package. This style of testing allows you to compare the output of a particular function to the contents of a snapshot that was previousl...
In this lesson, Bobby Bouwmann shows us how to use Guzzle to make API requests. He'll also demonstrate how you might go about testing classes that perform lengthy network calls.
In this episode, Marcel Pociot takes us behinds the scenes of his popular Tinkerwell Electron app, and discusses some key elements of how it's all wired together.
In this lesson, join Jason McCreary as he reviews his tool, Blueprint. When building a Laravel application, you'll often find that you repeat the same steps and write the same code. To solve this, Blueprint provides a DSL for rapidly generating various Laravel-specific files and components.
In this episode, Mohamed Said will demonstrate how to keep your controllers clean and your models safe from mass assignment vulnerabilities by using resource validators.
In this lesson, Christoph Rumpel will show you how to build and test Laravel console commands, using TDD. Laravel provides a number of useful testing assertions that should help us. Follow along as Christoph creates a command to import users from an external API.
In this lesson, join Duilio Palacios as he discusses the null object pattern, including why and when you might reach for them.
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