Every developer, when working on a project, start at some point wandering about the performances of his application. In the Laravel world, the most frequent question you may have is "are my sql queries fast enough ?". If Eloquent is doing a great jo...
Posted by mydnic on Jun 19 2017

When developping a web application you are probably working with users, and those users can maybe create content on your plateform by filling forms, etc. Or maybe you're simply building a blog with posts. Either way you most likely worked with some...
Posted by mydnic on Nov 24 2017

As it may seem an easy thing to do, and to be honnest : it is, creating environment variables in your Homestead Virtual Machine is something you cannot find in the documentation. While it is missing from the official Laravel Documentation, you can...
Posted by mydnic on Apr 12 2017

Alongside Laravel 5.4 update, a new tool came up : Laravel Dusk. If you were used to run tests on your Laravel application, and particularly "Feature tests", you are most likely used to write test cases in which you can actually fill forms, click b...
Posted by mydnic on Mar 08 2017

This article was updated to match Laravel 5.4 One day I wrote an article on this blog about solving an issue with the non-persitent App SetLocale of Laravel 5 . To my big surprise this article became quite popular and received more or less 1.000...
Posted by mydnic on Oct 27 2016

I guess we all know Laravel Forge and Laravel Envoyer, which is probably the best combination of hosting and deploying Laravel applications. However, maybe you don't use Laravel Forge because you have your own dedicated server on which you host sev...
Posted by mydnic on Dec 19 2017

Since 2014 I'm working as a Laravel Freelance. With the help of a good friend and associate, I was able to get two or three long term clients for which I'm working regularly. Last year I met another Laravel developer who wanted to start as a freela...
Posted by mydnic on Mar 16 2018

Since Laravel 5.3, Laravel Passport is the main way to authenticate an API consumer with an access token. I say it's the main way because it's the only way described in the Laravel documentation. Simply try to search "auth:api" on the Laravel Doc...
Posted by mydnic on Apr 07 2018