Diving into the land of routing, blade templating and the new kid on the block, Laravel Mix.
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Looking into the various ways we use the 'Don't Repeat Yourself' principle and the reasons against sometimes using it.
In this introductory series we'll take a look at the PHP framework that Assortment is built on, Laravel, starting with the installation and setup.
A bunch of ready to use functions created with the WordPress Shortcode API to enhance your administration experience.
Laravel 5.4 continues the improvements made in Laravel 5.3 by adding support for features such as Browser Automation frameworks, a brand new build tool–Laravel Mix–and a whole lot more. Go check out the release notes!
Getting your workspace setup and ready to go is no small task. From your terminal interface to installing crucial development software, let's take it a step at a time.
The modern Web Developer needs more than just a Code Editor to get by these days. Let's look at how we can setup our Command Line Interface for all our coding needs.
As part of their ongoing series, Hey! ask industry professionals what they use to get the job done, go check it out!
Consistency is a great way to learn something or progress towards a goal. I'm going to give it a try, are you?
Customising your code editor can take a hell of a long time to get just right. Here's how I setup Sublime Text 3 on a new machine, which may help drive your settings moving forward.
Putting yourself out there can be a daunting task, especially at the start of your career. Here's a few tips to help you along the way.
The Windows Development team provide a brief preview of the newest API in their arsenal coming to Windows 10 PCs and Phones.