# composer

Windows version of Linux's $(pwd)

Tonight I was playing around with Docker and I wanted to use Node to install my packages to my local environment. I found a command on Chris Fidao's Laravel Vessel website which looked like...

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Laravel Development with Vessel (Docker)

Learn how to get started with Vessel

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Using View Composers in Laravel 5.2

I have started using Laravel's View Composers which come in handy when you have a navigation bar that constantly needs certain data. For example, you have an e-commerce store and you need to poll how many items a user has in their basket on pretty much every page they move onto, or you need a login/register button when a user isn't logged in and then a profile options button when they are.

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Using Vagrant and Homestead In as Little Steps as Possible (Per Project Install)

I want to show you guys just how quick and easy it easy to get a Laravel project up and running alongside Vagrant/Homestead.

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Laravel user Registration and Login

This will be a fairly simple tutorial as I'm not re-creating the wheel here. I started by developing a login/registration system by myself until I start talking to people in Laravel's IRC. There is a package which did everything I needed it to do which was as follows...

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Composer Private Repository Problems

Recently I have been finding out the slight differences between Windows and Linux for use with Laravel and Composer. One difference is Windows isn't picky about the way you set out Composer's packages which can be a major problem. Here's the issue I had and what I had to do to get it going...

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