Creating oauth server in Laravel 5 using bshaffer

This tutorial will show how to implement our own OAuth server using the bhaffer library in Laravel 5. There are small changes in the implementation of the library in Laravel 5 which I have shown in the video. And you can view the source code on this

Build A Link Sharing Website With Laravel 5

Building your own applications, even on a simple or small scale, is a great way to build your skills. This Link Sharing Website tutorial using Laravel will help us to do just that.

Building A Support Ticket System

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Real-time Apps with Laravel 5.1 and Event Broadcasting

In Laravel 5.1, the framework includes functionality called broadcasting events that makes it easy to create real-time apps in PHP. With this new functionality, an app can publish events to various cloud-based real-time PubSub solutions, like Pusher,

Translators

Here is a list of our current translators:

1. **Chinese:** Duanxiaoqiang

2. **Portuguese:** Fabrizio Machado

3. **Russian**: Rustam Infinite

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Laravel Homestead: debug an API with Xdebug and cURL in Sublime Text

There are a few tutorials out there about how to set up Sublime Text and Xdebug so they play nice together. The good news is that in our case, Homestead has covered the configuration of Xdebug for us: the tool is already available and reporting for d

Creating custom packages with Laravel 5

One of the great things about Laravel is it’s flexibility. In this tutorial we are going to go through every step of developing our own custom package, from coding to deploying our package on Packagist and Github for other developers to use. Le

Building Our First Website

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# Chapter 2: Building Our First Website

Now that we know how to install Laravel, l