Last week I promised that I will be creating some tutorials regarding Oauth and Laravel's Socialite plugin. Today, we will start with setting up each website and creating an app on these sites to accept our OAuth requests.
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Just recently at work, I had to change the way my news articles worked. We have a client who has Holiday Homes, and they have news articles per park. When I redeveloped the website in Laravel, I created a one to many relationships based on one park has many news articles.
I've been developing a couple of projects which use UTF-8 encoding on my databases, but have found that this has been problematic recently. Mobile phones and tablets now use emoticons which can cause problems for us, UTF-8 users.8
I needed a way to change the sort order of my data inside of an admin interface which I have created. After a little
For this tutorial, I will show you guys how I managed to create an image uploader for your profile image. This is very similar to how Facebook's/Twitter's functionality.
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...
I've had a lot to think about when it comes to the where I want to take my website. Firstly, do I really want to take on such a big task of trying to beat Facebook on my own, when they have a huge team? The answer to that is no, no I don't. I have always had some great ideas with what I wanted to do, but the fact is, I couldn't carry this out on my own.
Just today, I was looking at using a ternary operator in Laravel's Blade templating system and thought to myself... There must be a better way of doing this. After a quick Google aanndd... BEHOLD THE OR STATEMENT! Since version 4.1 they managed to sneak in this or statement and it's managed to bypass so many people (I figured this out by the lack of voices shouting about this on Google).
This little command is a lifesaver and will save you so much time when switching and merging previous branches in your GIT workflow.
I have managed to create a dynamic navigation package for Laravel which can be seen in my previous post. If you go to Packagist you will be able to find my package under checkeredmichael/navigation.