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A package to display solutions on the Laravel error page

Original – by Freek Van der Herten – 7 minute read

When Laravel switched to a simpler exception page, the ability to display solutions for an exception was lost.

Our latest package, called spatie/laravel-error-solutions brings back that powerful feature. When installed, it will display solutions for most common exceptions.

Here’s how that looks it:

And yes, some solutions, like the one in the screenshot above, can be executed on the exception page too.

In this blog post, I’d like to tell you all about it!

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Become a debugging wizard with RAY

Link – youtu.be - submitted by Bert De Swaef

In this video we're learning how to use Ray to debug your projects. Weither your working with Laravel, PHP, Javascript or some other programming language, Ray is there for you.

Debugging your project was made easy by the guys over at Spatie. They designed and developed a debugging tool for us, called Ray. Available at https://myray.app

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Tagged Singletons

Link – stitcher.io

Tempest, the framework Brent Roose is working on, allows you to attach a tag to a singleton definition, which means you can have multiple singletons of the same class, as long as their tags differ.

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