Not long ago, I wrote a post about Adding Roles to Laravel Users. I like my custom solution, but I figured there had to be a better solution out there. Honestly, I should have done some looking for information before I built it. Anyways, I stumbled u
Laravel developers have always had a nice validation class out of the box, but unfortunately we have never had a standard way of using it. Some people prefer doing validation in controllers, others do it in models and I, as many others, preferred to
Since today it's easier and faster to install Laravel than ever before. By using this method you can start almost instantly with any new Laravel project with a freshly downloaded copy of the latest Laravel version. It's called the Laravel I
So far we’ve learned how to install and set up Laravel, set up some project and task nested resources and display them to the user. Create, edit and delete functionality has also been implemented. In this chapter we’ll finish things off b
So far we’ve learned how to install and set up Laravel, set up some project and task resources and displayed them to the user. In this chapter we’ll learn how to set up create, edit and delete pages/actions.
So far we have a working database complete with seed data and a bunch of routes for displaying, editing and deleting our projects and tasks. In this second chapter I’ll cover controllers, models (with relationships), views (including the blade
With the release of Laravel 5, there have been a bunch of backwards incompatible changes, new features added as well as the usual influx of new users so I thought I’d take the time to redo my basic to-do application with Laravel 5. The app cove
In this tutorial I’ll cover different ways you can validate your data in Laravel 4. Almost every interactive web application requires some kind of data validation. For example, if your web application have registration form, you want email fiel