Full-stack development requires building the front and back end of a website or application. View projects and posts in this category here.
Today I was exploring the newly released Laravel 8 framework and found the fresh composer package that Laravel developed for authentication view scaffolding. I was initially a little concerned about the move away from React & Vue, but I decided to give it a try anyway. I was very happily surprised that Jetstream looks like a wonderful improvement for the Laravel framework.
In this article, I will share my reasoning for why I don't recommend building a web application entirely with a no-code product, and instead, recommend using a web framework that can make coding your full-stack projects faster.
In this article, I'll share how you can build a sitemap for a large website with thousands of records in Laravel 8.
Here is how to share a fork link to your project on Github to make it easy for people to quickly fork your git repo.
If you are using a form request, the validator is baked in, and it seems tricky to implement. Fortunately, Laravel provides a simple way to give your form request a named error bag out of the box.
My wife got me this awesome book by Austin Kleon titled, "Show your Work!". The book is super easy to read and I highly recommend it. The title is pretty clear, but the point of the book is how to share your work and use that as a way to get discovered. Here is me sharing my work.
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