Make It Sticky

Consider the common example of a heading that should remain fixed to the top of the page until the next section becomes visible. Traditionally, developers have …

Written by Laracasts - - Aggregated on Wednesday July 11, 2018

Laravel Dump Server

Laravel Dump Server is a Laravel package by Marcel Pociot, which brings Symfony’s Var-Dump Server to Laravel. Check out this awesome new way to debug your …

Written by Laravel News - - Aggregated on Wednesday July 11, 2018

201 Created

201 Created , just like 200 OK , means that the request was successful, but it also resulted in a new resource being created. In the case of a PUT request, it means that a new resource was created on the actual url that was specified in the request. Example PUT /new-resource HTTP/1.1 Content-Type: …

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Written by Evert Pot - - Aggregated on Tuesday July 10, 2018

Temperature Check

One of our colleagues on the Basecamp customer support team, Jayne Ogilvie, wanted to find out how other tech companies with remote staffs handle issues like …

Written by Signal vs. Noise - - Aggregated on Tuesday July 10, 2018

Atlas.Orm 3.0 (“Cassini”) Now Stable

I am delighted to announce the immediate availability of Atlas.Orm 3.0 (“Cassini”), the flagship package in the Atlas database framework. Installation is as easy as composer require atlas/orm ~3.0 . Atlas.Orm helps you build and work with a model of your persistence layer (i.e., tables and rows) while providing a …

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Written by Paul M. Jones - - Aggregated on Tuesday July 10, 2018

Custom SSH Ports On Forge

Today we are launching support for custom SSH ports on Forge . Previously, all SSH traffic from Forge used the default port 22. Beginning today, you are able to customize this port when creating a Custom VPS: In addition, using the server’s “Meta” tab, you may adjust the SSH port for existing custom VPS servers as …

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Written by Taylor Otwell - - Aggregated on Tuesday July 10, 2018

About fixtures

System and integration tests need database fixtures. These fixtures should be representative and diverse enough to "fake" normal usage of the application, so that the tests using them will catch any issues that might occur once you deploy the application to the production environment. There are many different options …

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Written by Matthias Noback - - Aggregated on Tuesday July 10, 2018

Reverse the Order

You many find yourself wanting to reverse the order of certain elements on the page, when viewed on a mobile device. The most common illustration of this is …

Written by Laracasts - - Aggregated on Tuesday July 10, 2018