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Laravel Worldwide Meetup #4: GitHub Actions & Unconventional Autoloaders

Original – by Freek Van der Herten – 1 minute read

Here's the recording of Laravel Worldwide Meetup #4. Ryan Chandler showed a cool GitHub Action workflow to test a Laravel app. Next, Liam Hammet demonstrated some unconvential things you can do with PHP autoloaders.

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