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Category: Laravel

Create Laravel Routes Using Route Groups

Laravel allows you to choose from different types of options that will help you do your work faster and in a more efficient manner. Here, I would like to talk about the “Route Groups” that allows you to define multiple routes under a single group. For example, suppose you are working on a profile module […]

Implement Dropzone in Laravel

Laravel Laravel is a web application framework with an expressive, elegant syntax. We believe development must be an enjoyable, creative experience to be truly fulfilling. Laravel is accessible, yet powerful, providing powerful tools needed for large, robust applications. Dropzone DropzoneJS is an open source library that provides drag-drop file uploads with image previews. It is […]

Hide Environmental Variables from Laravel Debug Mode

In the development phase of our Laravel application, we keep the debug mode on. Doing so helps us track the issues quickly and resolve them fast. It shows the real technical issues to look into. However, when we move our code to the production server which is accessible to all, that’s when we need to […]

How to use Laravel Tinker

In this Laravel tutorial, I will explain to you about the ‘Tinker’, one of the awesome features in Laravel application that allows a user to interact with entire Laravel applications from the command line. You can put all eloquent queries on the command line with the help of Tinker. With the help of Laravel’s lesser-known […]

Create Unique Slugs from Title in Laravel

In this article, we will explain the easiest way to make your blog posts URLs with unique slugs created from the title of the particular post. You can use this function in the PHP based Laravel framework. Below is the function you need to put in the controller file. You need to pass your post […]

Restful API in Laravel using Passport With Authentication

Restful API in Laravel using Passport With Authentication Are you looking to create Restful API using Laravel? You’re at the right place, today we will learn how to build Rest API using Laravel passport. Passport is a Laravel package that implements OAuth2 and JWT. Passport is built to make full OAuth2 server implementation and use […]

Artisan Commands in Laravel

Laravel framework provides three primary tools for interaction through command-line namely: Artisan, Ticker and REPL. This chapter I am going to explains about Artisan Commands.First of all open your command line and go to the project route folder likecd var/www/html/laravel-project/after that you can execute artisan commandswhat is Artisan commands?Artisan is the command-line interface included with Laravel. It provides a number of helpful commands that can assist you while you build your application.

Remove public from url in Laravel 5.7

As we all know Laravel is so powerful for such a young framework.In this article i’m trying to explain you that how much easy to remove Public from Laravel application url. How to install Laravel Laravel utilize Composer to manage its dependencies. So, First of all make sure you have Composer installed on your machine. You can also install laravel project via Laravel Installer. But First, download the Laravel installer using Composer run this command: composer global require laravel/installer Once installed, Run laravel new blog will create a directory named blog containing a fresh Laravel installation with all of Laravel’s dependencies already installed: