This Thursday, the newsletter comes to you from the beautiful city of Warsaw, Poland, where I will stay for 7 days. But don't worry, I have scheduled a lot of videos for you!
This week, I've launched my new 33rd course: Laravel Filament Admin: Practical Course - you will see a few free videos from this 2-hour course below.
Enjoy this week's content!
From my Youtube Channel
From Laravel Community
PHP Codesniffer ruleset to follow Laravel's coding style php codesniffer ruleset for laravel or any oher php projects.Installation[*] Install using composercomposer require mreduar/laravel-phpcs --dev [*] Install manually Copy the phpcs.xml file into your project root.
How to Fix 429 Too Many Requests in Laravel
If you create an API on Laravel, you can see an exception with the message “429 Too Many Requests”. It is quite frequent when you send many requests to a server. For example, it can appear when you update the status very frequently.
Adding "Suggested Posts" to My Laravel Blog
My blog is very, very simple. It's a Laravel app powered by a set of flat Markdown files which can be interacted with using Eloquent. I've noticed that the bounce rate on my blog is pretty poor. I don't write a lot of content these days but I have written quite a few posts in the past.
PHP Annotated – June 2022
Greetings everyone! Welcome to the June 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.
Running PHPStan on max with Laravel
Over the last few years static analysis in PHP, and more specifically Laravel, has become more and more popular. With more people adopting it into their Software Delivery Lifecycle, I thought it would be a good time to write a tutorial on how you can add this to your Laravel project.
Getting started with Laravel Scout and Meilisearch
We have all needed to add some sort of search to our applications before, and a lot of the time we leaned towards Algolia and Laravel Scout - because it worked out the box and achieved great results. But there is a (relatively) new kid on the block now, meilisearch.
The long awaited hype train is finally over, Laravels latest open source CLI app has been released to the world and we got our hands on it to tell you all about it. Introducing Laravel Pint ...
Bridging Laravel Scout to Eloquent
Laravel Scout provides an interface to external search engines such as Algolia and Meilisearch. These are typically remote indexes of the same data that you’re storing locally, but with far faster and more powerful searching and ranking capabilities.
Laravel Notification System with Queue
Why Laravel Queue? As i explain in previus posts i really suggest when you are using notification to implement also a queue system to avoid that failed notifications never get delivered.
Use Laravel Events like Wordpress Hooks
Many web developers have worked with Wordpress at least somewhat. If you’ve done any plugin or theme development, there’s a good chance you’ve used Wordpress hooks at some point. If you’ve called add_action or add_filter, you’ve used a Wordpress hook.
That's it for this week, see you in the next newsletter issue!