This week I released my new course about React and Laravel API, you will find the video intro below.
Also, started shooting a new course on the Filament admin panel, which should be released in the upcoming weeks. With that tempo of new content, why not subscribe for the Yearly membership to my courses? :)
Now, let's get to this week's free content.
Free Course Lesson of the Week
From my Youtube Channel
From Laravel Community
API Integrations using Saloon in Laravel
We have all been there, we want to integrate with a 3rd party API in Laravel and we ask ourselves "How should I do this?". When it comes to API integrations I am no stranger, but still each time I wonder what is going to be the best way.
Laravel On Heroku + DB
This is a basic guide to deploying a bare-bones Laravel project on Heroku with a free-tier PostgreSQL database. (No billing info required.) To create a Laravel project, we're going to need composer. So if you don't have it installed yet, open a terminal and run:
Understanding Wildcard Notation in Laravel Validation
Array validation in Laravel is very powerful, but sometimes it might not do exactly what we expect when we’re dealing with multidimensional arrays and wildcard notation. Let’s dig into a real-world example to see how it works internally and deepen our understanding of this feature along the way.
First and foremost, Laravel provides the most value when you write things the way Laravel intended you to write. It means better and more extensive use of native laravel features or Laravel “products” like Nova.
Log structure on big projects in Laravel
If you are working on large architectures, you will definitely need to watch the logs in your project one day. In this case, the daily structure of Laravel makes it easy for you to solve the problems in your mind. Let’s start a new laravel project.
Momentum Paginator is a framework-agnostic headless wrapper around Laravel Pagination meta data. It supports all basic pagination, Laravel Resources and third-party solutions, such as laravel-data. The package helps you build reusable pagination components with a simple API.
That's it for this week, see you in the next newsletter issue!