Meet Elixir, the Laravel Way of Compiling Assets

In today’s web applications, we use a wide variety of tools to speed up the development workflow while keeping the code base as lean as possible. However, these tools might slow the process down, as some of them require compilation of the code,

Marshalling SQS jobs in Laravel

The ease of being able to queue jobs in Laravel is one of my favourite features of the framework. All you have to do is implement the ShouldQueue interface and the job will automatically be placed onto the queue. It’s so easy!

However, if yo

Easily develop a Ecommerce website with Laravel

I have tested many packages for laravel Ecommerce website development but many of them were incomplete or useless but here is a great package that will ease your laravel ecommerce development .

Here i am talking about LARAVEL SHOP package which

Environment specific variables in Laravel's testing environment

In Laravel, it's easy to set environment variables that are specific to your testing environment. Just edit your phpunit.xml file and set them as entries in the block:

10 less-known (but awesome!) Laravel Collections methods

Laravel Eloquent is awesome – probably I don’t need to tell you that. What is less known is the list of methods to work with Eloquent Collections. You can filter them, slice them, easily modify etc. But let’s look at it one by one.

Laravel 5 Blog Tutorial

Introduction ------------

Allow me to start this tutorial with a business perspective then jump into the technical aspect of it.

**Why should you allow me to do this?**

Because we develop technical tools that add value to the business of ou

SERIES: Build an app with Laravel 5 (backend) and AngularJS (frontend) – Part 1

Baljeet Singh wrote a nice tutorial on how to use Laravel and AngularJS together.

SERIES: Build an app with Laravel 5 (backend) and AngularJS (frontend) – Part 1

How Laravel Facades Work and How to Use Them Elsewhere

The Facade pattern is a software design pattern which is often used in object oriented programming. A facade is, in fact, a class wrapping a complex library to provide a simpler and more readable interface to it. The Facade pattern can also be used t