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02. Working with data

Written by Stitcher.io / Original link on Oct. 17, 2019

At the core of every project, you find data. Almost every application's task can be summarized like so: provide, interpret and manipulate data in whatever way the business wants.You probably noticed this yourself too: at the start of a project you don't start building controllers and jobs, you sta…


01. Domain oriented Laravel

Written by Stitcher.io / Original link on Oct. 16, 2019

Humans think in categories, our code should be a reflection of that.First things first, I didn't come up with the term "domain" — I got it from the popular programming paradigm DDD, or "domain driven design". According to Oxford Dictionary, a "domain" can be described as "A specified sphere of acti…


Laravel beyond CRUD

Written by Stitcher.io / Original link on Oct. 15, 2019

00. Preface01. Domains02. Working with data03. Actions04. Models05. Models with the state pattern06. Managing Domains07. Entering the application layer08. View modelsMore chapters are in the making # PrefaceA blog series for PHP developers working on larger-than-average Laravel projectsI've been …


Guest posts

Written by Stitcher.io / Original link on Sep. 15, 2019

I've been thinking about the idea of allowing other people to write on my blog for a while now. Guest posting is popular in the broader blogging community, and I wanted to give it some careful thought.I regularly get requests from people to write a guest post on this blog, but these requests often …


re: re: A letter to the PHP team

Written by Stitcher.io / Original link on Aug. 28, 2019

Thanks you Joe for taking the time to reply to my letter, I really appreciate it! I'll be happy to reply here.Your reply started by addressing the P++ shenanigans:A lot of the discussion is based on an assertion made during the P++ discussion that there are two camps of developersAs a matter of fac…


A letter to the PHP team

Written by Stitcher.io / Original link on Aug. 27, 2019

To whomever contributes to PHP, from a userland developer.Let me start by thanking those who actively work on the PHP project. Those who contribute to the core, extensions, maintain the docs or vote on RFCs: thank you for a language that I can use every day both in my professional and personal life…