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Behind the scenes of Flare (or How to structure big Laravel applications)

Original – by Freek Van der Herten – 1 minute read

At Laracon AU, I gave a talk on how you can structure a big Laravel application. The codebases of both Flare and Oh Dear served as examples.

By watching this talk you'll gain some valuable insights that could be applicable to your projects as well. Enjoy!

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(3/8) @freekmurze takes us through the Flare and Mailcoach codebase in @LaraconOnline and @LaraconAU If you wanna learn how to manage BIG codebases, #PURE #GOLD #HERE πŸ‘‡ twitter.com/freekmurze/sta…
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Really interesting to see different approaches to the structure of the application. Do you have a blog post / talk about how you handle pagination with inertia? Would love to see if you use something alike the pingcrm approach or something different!
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What a powerful talk there and yeah, you got me interested. By any chance do you have a blog post where you talk about *actions*? That concept must be powerful and exciting
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