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Keep track of who you meet at conferences with ConFOMO
Laravel Applications / July 20, 2016

Keep track of who you meet at conferences with ConFOMO

ConFOMO is a Laravel and Vue.js application written by Matt Stauffer and Michael Dyrynda with the goal of giving you an easy way of keeping up with how you want to meet at conferences. You signup using Twitter, then add the Twitter handle for each person you’d like to meet. During the event as you …

News / July 20, 2016

HTTPoxy “Proxy header” Vulnerability

From the HTTPoxy announcement: httpoxy is a set of vulnerabilities that affect application code running in CGI, or CGI-like environments. It comes down to a simple namespace conflict: RFC 3875 (CGI) puts the HTTP Proxy header from a request into the environment variables as HTTP_PROXY HTTP_PROXY is a popular environment variable used to configure an …

Segment: Analytics for Lazy Developers (Sponsor)
Sponsor / July 18, 2016

Segment: Analytics for Lazy Developers (Sponsor)

How many times have you been asked by someone in another department to “just drop in” a javascript snippet for an analytics or advertising tool? Those pesky requests slow down your development workflow and can sometimes cause your site to lag. But, they also help your team understand how users actually use your product. How …

Github now supports Blade syntax highlighting
News / July 14, 2016

Github now supports Blade syntax highlighting

Thanks to James Brooks Github has just added support for Blade syntax highlighting on both your repos and Gists. This was added in from a pull request by James and then merged and deployed today. Here is an example of a sample Gist showing it in use: The highlighting should all happen automatically as long …

PhpStorm 2016.2 is released
Development Tools / July 13, 2016

PhpStorm 2016.2 is released

My favorite IDE, PhpStorm, just released their second release of this year and it includes a lot of great new features. Some of the highlights include: Better PHP Language Support: Improved type inference, strict type inspection for PHP 7, better parsing of PHP 7 and PHP 7.1, and improved getter and setter generation for PHP …

LN 21: Laracon Live Stream, Laravel 5.3 Collection Where Changes
Podcast / July 12, 2016

LN 21: Laracon Live Stream, Laravel 5.3 Collection Where Changes

In this episode, we discuss Laracon Live Streaming, the new advanced where for Collections, and a few new apps and packages. You can listen from the podcast site, subscribe in iTunes or Google Play. Show Links Laravel Helper Functions Advanced Where in Collections Laravel Password October CMS releases their first stable version Canvas a minimal blogging app Larachat Archive …

Sponsor / July 11, 2016

Josh – Laravel Admin Template with Crud builder (Sponsor)

Josh admin template + front end + CRUD generator is a bootstrap based admin panel and frontend built for Laravel developers. Using CRUD you can quickly generate model, controller, views optimized for Josh look and feel. It includes 100+ components like form builder, charts, data tables, image upload/resizing, shopping cart UI, and advanced modals. Also …

Laracon US Live Stream
Laracon / July 05, 2016

Laracon US Live Stream

For the first time ever, Laracon US is offering a live stream plus early access videos. When you purchase access on the day of the conference you will get an email link to access the stream and be able to watch all the talks except for the one by Ryan Singer. Please note that in …

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Sponsor / July 05, 2016

Code My Views

Code My Views is your on-demand development team. Offering services to provide a clean front-end so you can focus on what you enjoy, building the back-end. The process is simple, send them your designs and within an hour they will give you a quote with a guaranteed delivery date. After that, their team will hand …

October CMS releases their first stable version
Laravel Applications / July 04, 2016

October CMS releases their first stable version

October CMS has announced their first stable version: Today is a long-awaited date for all of us, October has finally reached a stable release! This version is based on the foundation framework Laravel 5.1 LTS (Long Term Support). Over the past two and a half years October has become a go-to platform for many developers …