Laravel AJAX CRUD Tutorial

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In this installment, we’ll examine a cool Laravel AJAX CRUD Tutorial. There are a few benefits to handling database interactions with ajax. We know that it helps to make page updates very quick, reduces the amount of bandwidth used, and provides for a slick user experience. We’ll make use of Laravel on the backend and jQuery on the client side to set up a fully functioning Laravel ajax crud tutorial application.…

Laravel String Helpers

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In addition to all of the common functionality we’ve come to know and love in Laravel such as routing, mail, file storage, middleware, authentication, and more, Laravel also provides some pretty cool helper functions to make common tasks easier. In this episode we’ll take a look at some of the string helpers that are included with Laravel and test them out to see how they work.…

Getting Started With Testing In Laravel

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Testing is not something I’ve personally ever put a lot of time in to. If the code I was writing did what I wanted it to do, that was good enough for me. If formal testing is not part of your background, the benefits of testing are not all that obvious. In fact, being new to testing myself, some of the benefits are not obvious to me.…

Laravel Aliases and Contracts

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Interfaces are a huge part of the Laravel framework. You can also call them contracts, this is how they are referred to on Github. This is the collection of interfaces that the Laravel framework itself makes use of. By browsing the contracts repository at Github, you can become familiar with the entire API of the framework. All of the concrete classes of the framework implement these various interfaces.…

8 Steps To Success With Laravel Events

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If there is one thing I love, it’s automatic code generation. There’s nothing quite like having helpful commands and tools to scaffold out boilerplate code you don’t feel like writing. In this tutorial, we’ll take a look at how Laravel, and Artisan in particular, make it easy to add event functionality to your application. Events are an implementation of the observer pattern, where an event takes place, and then one or more listeners respond to that event.…