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Adding try/catch to Laravel collections

Original – by Freek Van der Herten – 1 minute read

Today, JMac and I did streamed a code pairing session. Our goal was to add a try/catch methods to Laravels collection class.

Basically we we try to make JMac's dream, that he tweeted a few days ago, come true.

Here's a recording of our stream.

JMac and I are going to polish it a bit more, add some test coverage, and PR it Laravel soon.

EDIT: here is the stream that JMac and I did the day after polishing the PR.

And this is the PR submitted to Laravel.

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