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📺 Building filters using laravel-query-builder

Original – by Freek Van der Herten – 1 minute read

On the subscribers screens of the Mailcoach, you can filter out the subscribers that have a certain status, you can search and sort them.

In the video below, which is part of the upcoming Mailcoach video course, I explain how we built these filters, powered by three of our packages: laravel-query-builder, query-string and Blade X.

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