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New Home Office

Written by Dayle Rees / Original link on Dec. 9, 2018

I’ve had a few people on Twitter asking for further details on my new home-office setup. So I thought I’d give a rundown of what I’ve bought and why I chose it while it’s fresh in my mind.Warning, there are lots of high-quality images in this post. So run away now if you're on mobile data!Here’s th…


Laravel Facades

Written by Dayle Rees / Original link on Feb. 1, 2018

A Facade is a name given to a type of class in the Laravel framework that enables beginner-friendly and/or aesthetically pleasing access to tools and services held within the framework’s IoC container.Here’s a quick example of a database query in Laravel.<?phpDB::table('users')->get(); In th…


Container Baking

Written by Dayle Rees / Original link on Jan. 24, 2018

Hi there folks! Thanks for tuning into today’s episode of baking code with Dayle. Today, we’ll be rusting up a fresh batch of IoC container! Mmm, mm. Not just any IoC Container, but the dependency resolution flavor! Super tasty. Here are the ingredients you’ll be needing.An understanding of Depende…


Message Queues

Written by Dayle Rees / Original link on Jan. 22, 2018

Have you ever had a task that takes forever? Maybe you’ve let the dishes pile up for a little too long. Now that you’re keen to do some cooking, you’ve found that you have no clean pots or plates. You’re blocked from creating tasty dishes until you take care of the washing up.That’s exactly why mes…


New Website

Written by Dayle Rees / Original link on Jan. 21, 2018

Hey there! If you're reading this, then my DNS has finally propegated, and the new site is live! Woohoo!My site has been needing a little love for a long time. Originally, I had written a markdown-based flat file system on Laravel for my blog articles. It worked great, and it was very fast. The tro…


For Everyone

Written by Dayle Rees / Original link on Jan. 21, 2018

Until recently, my bookshelf contained titles that were purely Laravel related. 'Code Happy' and 'Code Bright'. They've been extremely popular with the Laravel community, and I sincerely hope that 'Code Smart' is equally as successful.I've recently released a title called 'PHP Pandas'. This time,…