Taylor just released his latest episode on the Laravel Snippet podcast. He talks about some recent comments regarding the previous snippet about some of the decisions around why he chooses the tools he does, the community, and goes into details on Laravel Passport and Sanctum.
Background: After the previous Laravel Snippet, some people were saying Taylor only recommends tools from friends, that you can only get PR’s merged if you in his inner circle, and just general negativity. This podcast episode goes over all these and talks about them from his own point of view.
Why it matters: If you’ve used Laravel for a while or new to the framework the first 12 minutes of this podcast covers a lot of the ethos of Laravel itself and why things are done the way they are.Filed in: News / podcasts
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