I have found podcasts are a great way to keep up to date with a lot of the latest information. I've compiled a list of a few I really like.
Beginners often clog up their Laravel blade files with unnecessary "ifs", functions, variable assignments, and a host of other issues. We'll dive into why it's bad and how we can fix it.
There are five command output methods. What do they look like in the CLI?
A mistake I see in a lot of beginner devs is hardcoding variables inside your code. This is not a good practice, and I see it all too often. Let's fix that and make our code cleaner.
Did you know that you can auto-forward on exception? Laravel makes this process incredibly simple and easy. An extremely useful trick!
A Laravel specific trick sequentially manipulate data. Allows for testable pipelines that utilize the service container and multiple parameters and constructors.