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πŸ“Ί Watch Laravel Worldwide Meetup #5: Hotwire in Laravel & Single DB multi-tenancy

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Here is the recording of Laravel World Wide Meetup #5.

Tony Messias showed the magic of Hotwire in Laravel. Kevin McKee shared an very elegant way to implement single database multi tenancy.

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MarcoDM liked on 30th January 2021
David Janssens replied on 27th January 2021
Thanks, missed the notification until now. Adding to my watchlist for the next few days
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Digambar Saha replied on 27th January 2021
Is it comparable to livewire technique of approaching things? I thought somewhat new way of doing things. Every time a new technology arrives, then it becomes harder to co-op. But Spatie Team always makes their technologies amazingly simple and powerful by default. β€οΈπŸ‘
Tony Messias replied on 27th January 2021
Hey, thanks for you msg. I shared my views on the topic here: twitter.com/tonysmdev/stat…
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