A few days ago, a new version of 1Password was released that is able to detect where a user can reset his or her password.
In this section you can read posts I've written myself.
Testing a Laravel project is one of the most pleasant experiences I've ever had: there's a clean testing API, a very powerful layer added on top of testing frameworks; all while keeping the simplicity and eloquence you'd expect from a Laravel project.
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Every two weeks I send out a newsletter containing lots of interesting stuff for the modern PHP developer.
Expect quick tips & tricks, interesting tutorials, opinions and packages. Because I work with Laravel every day there is an emphasis on that framework.
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At Flare, we launched a new search experience. We have a very cool search field with autocompletions (powered by the rendering engine behind VS Code), and a very smooth graph powered by AmCharts. Let's take a look at the technical details!
Read more [flareapp.io]
While recording videos for the Testing Laravel video course, I became a big fan of Pest, a test runner that tries to optimize the developer experience. I'm now using Pest as the default for testing new packages and projects.
I've also converted a couple of existing testsuites from PHPUnit to Pest. Luckily, this is a very easy process. In this video I'll show you how to get started. You'll see that it only takes a couple of minutes.
In this stream, Shruti Balasa show how powerful Tailwind is. She builds a simple dashboard layout in only a couple of minutes.If you want to learn more about Tailwind, consider buying a ticket for her online workshop at Full Stack Europe.You can get a 20% discount for Shruti's workshop by using thisâ¦
Oh Dear is all-in-one solution to monitor your site that my buddy Mattias Geniar and I have created. It can monitoring uptime, certificates, broken links, scheduled jobs, and much more.
Under the hood, Oh Dear is a large Laravel application that performs many queries all of the time. To power future features, we've recently changed our database structure and refactored some pieces in our code base. We increased performance by decreasing the number of queries.
In this blog post, we'd like to to share some techniques that might be helpfull to increase the performance of your Laravel app too.
In this stream, Luke Downing shows us around in the source code of Pest parallel plugin he created.
In this stream, Brent and I showcase some cool techniques we use in our test suites.
Whenever something happens in one of your repos on GitHub, you can configure a webhook to be sent to your app. This way, you can perform some extra logic when a particular event occurs on the repo. A silly example would be to send someone a mail when an issue is opened.
We've created a new package called spatie/laravel-github-webhooks that makes it easy to consume GitHub webhooks in a Laravel app. In this blog post, I'd like to tell you all about it.
When reading technical blogpost around the web, you might have noticed that code highlighting is not always perfect.
Shiki is the code highlighter that uses the textmate parser VSCode uses under the hood. The code highlighting it provides is near perfect, even when using modern syntax. It supports 100+ languages (via our package Blade is supported too), and all VS Code themes.
I'm proud to announce that we have released three new Spatie packages that make it easy to use Shiki in your PHP projects:
- shiki-php: makes it easy to call Shiki from PHP to highlight a given code snippet
- commonmark-shiki-highlighter: allows commonmark to highlight all code snippets in a markdown fragment
- laravel-markdown: a batteries included Laravel package that offers a Blade component to easily render Markdown with highlighted code snippets and a class to render Markdown manually.
I'm thrilled to announce that our premium course Event Sourcing in Laravel has just launched.
If you ever wanted to get started with event sourcing, this is the course for you. It contains a beautifully designed ebook, two hours worth of videos, and a demo Laravel app containing an event-sourced shopping cart.
Event sourcing isn't an all or nothing approach. Even if your project doesn't need the full power of event sourcing, you can still benefit from knowing and implementing best practices from the event sourcing world.
We're offering a 20% launch discount for the next two weeks to celebrate this release.
In this stream, you can see my colleague Brent and I launch the course, and answer questions from the audience.
A couple of years ago, Ignition became the default error page in Laravel.
Ignition provided a vastly improved design over Whoops: it brought Laravel specific niceties (such as showing the routing, queries) and the ability to display and even run solutions (e.g. generating an app key).
At Spatie, we think we can improve the design of Ignition even more. Our initial plan was to release this new design in tandem with Laravel 9 as a big bang surprise release. We've changed our mind on this because we'd like to have feedback from the community.
In this blog post, I'd like to share our ideas and plans for Ignition.
Most developers have probably seen some complex conditionals in legacy code. In this video I show you how to refactor those.
Sometimes it is not clear what the responsibility of a certain class is. This can be solved by adding a suffix to the class name.