Laravel

Laravel 4: How To Use Jquery UI Sortable

I needed a way to change the sort order of my data inside of an admin interface which I have created. After a little looking around, I found many tutorials which would show how to get this done with JQuery, but wouldn't show the best way to handle this data (and in my case using Laravel to handle this data)...

By Michael Brooks, ago
Laravel

Laravel Localhost removing /public/index.php

I have been in the Laravel chats for quite a while now and one question which I see requarly is how to remove the public/index.php directory in Localhost. The easiest way to do this (and the way I always use) is to open up your Command prompt or Terminal and cd into the main directory of your project then run "php artisan serve". That's it. You're done. Don't believe me? Check out https://localhost:8000 and admire your Laravel work.

By Michael Brooks, ago
Laravel

Laravel Dynamic Navigation Package

I have managed to create a dynamic navigation package which can be seen in my previous post. If you go to [Packagist](https://packagist.org/packages/checkeredmichael/navigation) you will be able to find my package under checkeredmichael/navigation. I have created a readme with this package which should get you started on implementing it within your own projects. I would like to get as many people as possible to use this package and come back with feedback/bug fixes.

By Michael Brooks, ago
Laravel

Laravel Dynamic Menu Tutorial (Best for Admin packages)

Thanks to this very Laravel topic over at [Laravel.io](https://laravel.io) and [Josh Benham](https://github.com/joshbenham) I managed to find out how to make my very own dynamic menu (which is great if you would like to make a reusable admin package). In this tutorial, I will show you exactly how it's done and hopefully you will now be able to make amazing admin packages for Laravel...

By Michael Brooks, ago
Laravel

Social Networking Website Based in Laravel

I've been wanting to make a social networking website for a long time, one which will rival the big guys. I also thought about maybe doing it following the footsteps of Mark Zuckerberg by recording my steps live on my Blog and get feedback to what others think. That way, I can create something which everyone wants and unleash something which almost everyone will love...

By Michael Brooks, ago
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