As usual, every Thursday I send a lot of useful links about Laravel. This time no long intro, just dive in!
From my Youtube Channel
From Laravel Community
How to filter outgoing emails in Laravel (2022)
Laravel has great support for sending emails. It also offers a very useful hidden feature that allows you to stop an email of notification from being sent. I needed this because I wanted to prevent sending emails to a e-mailadresses from a specific domain.
Taking Laravel Global
Fly.io empowers you to run apps globally, close to your users. If you want to ship a Laravel app, try it out on Fly.io. It takes just a couple of minutes. Fly.io puts your application close to your users by making global deployments easy. It's literally just a few commands.
How to register and use the Laravel service providers
If you’ve ever been familiar with the Laravel framework, it’s unlikely that you haven’t heard of service containers and service providers. In fact, they are the backbone of the Laravel framework and do all the heavy lifting when you launch an instance of any Laravel application.
5 Tricks To Speed Up Your Laravel Website
There's nothing more frustrating than a website that takes time to load. If this is happening to your users, they are going to leave your website before you've even had chance to convince them otherwise. Here are a few quick tips for speeding up your Laravel websites and applications.
Mailbook is a Laravel package that lets you easily inspect your mails without having to actually trigger it in your application. The install command will create a route file named routes/mailbook.php. In this file you can register your emails.
How to deploy Docker Applications with Laravel Forge
Most likely, if you’re reading this, you are a Laravel Forge user. Probably, also a Docker user or with interest in it. I was a happy Forge user for a long time in a row until I started using Docker, learned a bunch of its advantages, and ultimately fell in love with such.
How to use Soketi with Laravel Pt.1
On today's post we will see how to use Soketi as a WebSockets server with Laravel. this post will be using all things locally and in the Pt.2 we will deploy Soketi on EC2. Make sure to have all above tools installed on your machine before move on.
New Feature Laravel min_digits and max_digits Validation
According to the size rule, the number of digits in a digital input cannot be traditionally validated using min and max. Currently, we have digits to validate the exact length of a number, and digits_between to validate the length within two bounds.
Available Docker Images
For example... If I wanted to run PHP 8.0 with FPM + NGINX, I would use this image: We're taking the extra effort to open source as much as we can.
PHP Annotated – August 2022
Greetings everyone! Welcome to the August installment of PHP Annotated, where we’ll catch up on the most interesting things that have happened in the PHP world over the last month, including curated news, articles, tools, and videos.
Signed URL’s with expiration time in Laravel
Creating signed URLs in Laravel is as simple as creating normal routes, except few key differences. In order for Laravel to confirm that these URLs haven't been altered since they were generated, a signature hash is attached to the query string of the URL.
That's it for this week, see you in the next newsletter issue!