Laravel News top 10 posts of 2022


December 29th, 2022

Laravel News top 10 posts of 2022

As the year comes to an end, it's always fun to look back and see what posts turned out to be the most popular. Without further ado, let's dive into the top 10 posts of 2022 for Laravel News:

1. Laravel 9 is Now Released!

Laravel 9 came out in February with controller route groups, a refreshed default Ignition error page, Laravel Scout database engine, Symfony mailer integration, Flysystem 3.x, Improved Eloquent accessors/mutators, and much more.

2. Restructuring a Laravel Controller using Services, Events, Jobs, Actions, and more.

Povilas Korop wrote all about refactoring and structuring code.

3. Using S3 with Laravel.

Chris Fidao wrote about using S3 with Laravel as well as some tips and tricks around the Amazon service.

4. Modern PHP features explained - PHP 8.0 and 8.1.

Steve McDougall takes a walk through a few of the prominent features from the PHP 8.0 release.

5. Laravel Roles and Permissions: Gates and Policies Explained.

Povilas Korop wrote all about refactoring and structuring code.

6. Service Providers in Laravel: What They Are and How to Use Them.

For those who haven't actively used Service Providers in Laravel, it's a mystical "term": what "service" do they actually "provide", and how exactly does it all work? Povilas Korop explains all in this tutorial.

7. Laravel Pint.

Steve McDougall goes through getting started with Laravel Pint, a PHP code style fixer for minimalists

8. Upcoming Livewire v3 Features and Changes.

Jason Beggs shares all the goods that are coming to Livewire v3.

9. Learn how to start Testing in Laravel with Simple Examples using PHPUnit and PEST.

Povilas Korop shows how easy it is to start with automated testing in Laravel.

10. A Look at What's Coming to Laravel 10.

Laravel v10 is the next major version of Laravel, planned for release on February 7th, 2023, and in this post, Paul Redmond outlines all the new features and changes that we know about.

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Eric L. Barnes

Eric is the creator of Laravel News and has been covering Laravel since 2012.