Directory Structure Review

If you don't mind, let's take ten minutes to quickly review the directory structure that you'll encounter with each new Laravel install. While some of these …

Written by Laracasts - - Aggregated on Tuesday October 9, 2018

304 Not Modified

304 Not Modified is used in response to a conditional GET or HEAD request. A request can be made condtional with one of the following headers: If-Match If-None-Match If-Modified-Since If-Unmodified-Since If-Range If-Modified-Since and If-None-Match are used specifically …

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Written by Evert Pot - - Aggregated on Tuesday October 9, 2018

Why it’s hard to read the time on Infograph

Quick, what time is it? If that took you a bit longer than usual to tell the time on the Apple Watch’s new default Infograph face, you’re not alone: John Gruber finds it “far too busy” Jason Snell finds it “pretty and packed with features”, but misses hour numerals Zac Hall removes almost …

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Written by Marco Ament - - Aggregated on Tuesday October 9, 2018

Log Fake for Laravel

Log Fake is a drop-in fake logger for testing with the Laravel framework by Tim MacDonald. The Log fake package gives you the ability to fake the logger in …

Written by Laravel News - - Aggregated on Tuesday October 9, 2018

Farewell Google+

Yesterday, Google announced that during an audit they found evidence that some 3rd party apps may have been granted overly broad access to your data, but they can’t confirm this: We made Google+ with privacy in mind and therefore keep this API’s log data for only two weeks. That means we cannot confirm which …

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Written by Eric L. Barnes - - Aggregated on Tuesday October 9, 2018

Using the Right Debugging Tools

Using the Right Debugging Tools London, UK Tuesday, October 9th 2018, 10:26 BST A while ago, we updated the MongoDB PHP driver's embedded C library to a new version. The C library handles most of the connection management and other low level tasks that the PHP driver needs …

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Written by Derick Rethans - - Aggregated on Tuesday October 9, 2018

Airtame product review

Airtame is a wireless screen sharing product that I was asked to review. I have gotten a few offers in the past to review products, but I always let those slide. But Airtame seemed interesting to me, and I agreed to give it a go. This review is a first for me. Check out the video, that is part of my vlog series : …

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Written by Thijs Feryn's blog - - Aggregated on Tuesday October 9, 2018

Introducing Laravel Excel 3.1

Patrick Brouwers is doing an awesome job creating a quality Laravel package to integrate with Excel. The newest version can import Excel files. Laravel …

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You Think You Can Control Us?

I was explaining how Zerocracy works to one of our prospective clients yesterday. He texted me today: “[At Zerocracy] there is no commitment and anybody is free to leave any time, so the risk of entrusting a highly important project to such a platform and failing to deliver it on time is very high. We will develop …

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Written by Yegor Bugayenko - - Aggregated on Tuesday October 9, 2018

Web Design Weekly #334

Headlines One Small Step for the Web… Tim Berners-Lee shares some wise words about why he has always believed the web is for everyone and why he is always fighting fiercely to protect it. ( What is Modular CSS? Modular CSS is a collection of principles for writing code that is performant and …

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Written by Web Design Weekly - - Aggregated on Monday October 8, 2018