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Laravel Facades
Laravel Facades posted to Feedbin Starred Entries for mich@aelfox.com on February 01, 2018 at 05:28PM by Dayle Rees

A Facade is a name given to a type of class in the Laravel framework that enables beginner-friendly and/or aesthetically pleasing access to tools and services held within the framework’s IoC container.

Here’s a quick example of a database query in Laravel.
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22 days ago by michaelfox
Laravel 5.6 Dynamic Rate Limiting Provides Per-User Request Throttling - Laravel News
Laravel 5.6 Dynamic Rate Limiting Provides Per-User Request Throttling posted to Feedbin Starred Entries for mich@aelfox.com on February 02, 2018 at 09:15AM by Laravel News

Coming in Laravel 5.6 you can use dynamic rate-limiting to determine the maximum number of requests that a user can make based on an attribute of the authenticated user model. See how it works and get more information on when Laravel 5.6 will be released.

Visit Laravel News for the full post.

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22 days ago by michaelfox
Best Practices | Paul M. Jones
Best Practices posted to Feedbin Starred Entries for mich@aelfox.com on January 31, 2018 at 11:00AM by Paul M. Jones

Best practices evolve. Even though they change, they tend to change in the direction of “better”, not “worse”.

The novice thinks he is an individual.

The novice says: “Best practices are always changing; why bother adhering to something that I know will change? I am free to do what I feel like without referring to best practices.”

This is not freedom; it is license.

The master realizes he stands at the end of a long trail of experience and knowledge from others, that surpasses his own personal experience and knowledge.

The master says: “This is my current understanding; these are my expected circumstances; these are the known best practices; these are their tradeoffs. I will choose the best practice I can for the tradeoffs I am willing to endure.”

This is not slavery; it is clear thinking.
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22 days ago by michaelfox
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Issue 89 - nginxconfig.io - Online nginx configuration generator for general purposes posted to Feedbin Starred Entries for mich@aelfox.com on January 25, 2018 at 07:54PM by Awesome Self Hosted

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Where a curly bracket belongs: thoughts about the visual perception of code.
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Makefile for lazy developers
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PHP-DI 6: turning into a compiled container for maximum performances
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Introducing Peachpie 0.9, introducing traits, generators, catch blocks ...
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API Platform 2.2: GraphQL and JSON API support, ReactJS admin and PWA, Kubernetes instant deployment and many more new features
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Everything you might have missed on PHP in January (symfony, laravel, yii, zend)
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Bolt   » Web Applications

Bolt is a simple CMS written in PHP. It is based on Silex and Symfony components, uses Twig and either SQLite, MySQL or PostgreSQL.

PuPHPet   » Development Environment

A web tool for building PHP development virtual machines.

SwiftMailer   » Email

A mailer solution.

PHP Brew   » PHP Installation

A PHP version manager and installer.

Doctrine Extensions   » Database

A collection of Doctrine behavioural extensions.

Arrayy   » Data Structure and Storage

Array manipulation library for PHP, called Arrayy!

zend-stratigility   » Middlewares

Middleware for PHP built on top of PSR-7

Yasumi   » Date and Time

An library to help you calculate the dates and names of holidays.

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The open source Product Information Management (PIM)

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A parallel testing library for PHPUnit.

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23 days ago by michaelfox
Package development: run a package from a local directory - A blog about Laravel Framework, web development and related stuff | Barry van Veen
Package development: run a package from a local directory posted to Feedbin Starred Entries for mich@aelfox.com on January 26, 2018 at 04:39PM by Barry's blog

This article explains how you can require a package from a local path into your project with Composer. This way you can run a local copy of a repository and test any changes you make. Because the local repo will be symlinked changes are shared in real-time, there is no need for intermediate committing and updating.

Read more on the website.
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23 days ago by michaelfox
Managing users timezone in a Laravel app - QCode
Managing users timezone in a Laravel app posted to Feedbin Starred Entries for mich@aelfox.com on February 01, 2018 at 07:38AM by QCode

If you are having a hard time managing users timezone in your laravel app you are in right place. In this post, I will be showing ways to manage users timezone. We will create a simple laravel application in which we will guess users timezone from the front end and store in users table to […]

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23 days ago by michaelfox
You Can Now Subscribe to Twitter Content in Feedbin • Beautiful Pixels
You Can Now Subscribe to Twitter Content in Feedbin posted to Feedbin Starred Entries for mich@aelfox.com on January 15, 2018 at 03:01PM by Beautiful Pixels

Feedbin has been my favorite RSS service for a really long time now. I quickly adopted it after Google shut down its Reader service and Feedbin has delivered an exceptional experience since then. I use it with ReadKit on my Mac, and Reeder on my iPhone and iPad Pro. Feedbin works amazingly well, syncing your feeds in the background, or you can even use it as a standalone service in your browser, combined with the Feedbin Notifier app for iOS.

Earlier last week, Feedbin announced a new feature that allows users to subscribe to Twitter content in Feedbin, making it the “Best Way to Read Twitter.”

Tweets have become media rich, with support for multiple photos, videos and links. However, traditional Twitter clients are limited to showing tiny thumbnails and plain links. They make it too easy to mindlessly scroll through endless inane thoughts.

Feedbin treats tweets differently. The idea of the feature is to fully unpack the tweet. If a tweet links to an article, Feedbin will attempt to load the full article and display it alongside the tweet. Feedbin will also include full-size images, videos and gifs with native YouTube, Vimeo and Instagram embeds.

With this new feature, you can subscribe to users (Try @beautifulpixels), #hashtags, Twitter Lists, Twitter Searches, or even your entire Twitter Home timeline feed. My favorite thing about this new feature is that Feedbin not just fetches full-size images, videos, and GIFs, it even automatically fetches the full article that any tweet links to. This way, if you follow a prolific tweeter who shares interesting links, it makes more sense to subscribe to them through Feedbin directly.

If you’re concerned that your Feedbin feed will be filled with useless tweets, Feedbin has a solution for that too:

The best stuff on Twitter exists in the form of media attached to tweets like links and images. Feedbin includes a built-in filter that will only show you these tweets. The filter is on by default, but when you subscribe you’ll be able to choose to see all tweets instead.

Newsletters too:

Twitter isn’t the first non-RSS feature that Feedbin has added. You can even subscribe to Newsletters in Feedbin. Your account gets its own unique email address that you can use to sign up for newsletters. Instead of cluttering your inbox, your content gets delivered to Feedbin instead.

If you haven’t signed up on Feedbin yet, I highly urge you to try it out. There’s a Free 14-Day Trial waiting for you.
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5 weeks ago by michaelfox
How to Create and Manage CRON Jobs
How to Create and Manage CRON Jobs posted to Feedbin Starred Entries for mich@aelfox.com on January 15, 2018 at 10:06PM by David Walsh Blog

Interval or scheduled task execution is used all over computer science, the most obvious use case being transaction batching.  For web developers like myself, the most obvious use case is executing CRON jobs for this blog, including polling for scheduled blog post publishing and a variety of other tasks.  I also use crontab on my local machine to update remote git repositories before I get into work each morning so that I’m always working from the most updated code.  Let’s take a brief look at how to use crontab to create and manage CRON jobs!

To create, edit, or delete CRON jobs, you’ll use the crontab command.  You can view and edit existing tasks, as well as create new tasks, with the following command:

crontab -e

The preceding command will show you a screen with existing CRON tasks if they exist:

# Example
01 * * * * /path/to/script-to-run.sh

The format for task scheduling is:

# * * * * * /path/to/script-to-run.sh
(minute) (hour) (day of month) (month of year) (day of week) (script)

I recommend creating a single executable file for each task — it keeps complex logic outside of the crontab edit interface and avoid re-installation when editing within crontab.

You can also set your crontab tasks to execute every {x} {units of time}.  For example, you can specify that a task run every 30th minute of the hour with:

# Runs on the 30th minute of each month
30 * * * * /path/to/script-to-run.sh

You can use the */{interval} format to run a CRON task at fractional intervals:

# Runs a task every 15 minutes
*/10 * * * * /path/to/script-to-run.sh

# Runs a task every 2 hours
0 */2 * * * /path/to/script-to-run.sh

You can also select exact values with commas:

# Run task on weekdays only
* * * * mon,tue,wed,thu,fri /path/to/script-to-run.sh

To delete or remove a CRON task, simply remove the line from the crontab interface.  One of the beauties of crontab is that the entirety of it refreshes when tasks are updated.

Executing tasks automatically based on time is an incredibly useful capability.  I had always thought of CRON as a website capability but having the functionality locally is also incredibly useful.

The post How to Create and Manage CRON Jobs appeared first on David Walsh Blog.
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Nuzzel News Alert - What's new in Vue Devtools 4.0 - The Vue Point posted to Feedbin Starred Entries for mich@aelfox.com on January 15, 2018 at 10:30AM by Nuzzel

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5 weeks ago by michaelfox
Introducing Heroicons UI - Laravel News
Introducing Heroicons UI posted to Feedbin Starred Entries for mich@aelfox.com on January 05, 2018 at 09:15AM by Laravel News

Designer extraordinaire Steve Schoger has released a new icon set called Heroicons UI. A the time of writing, this collection comprises 104 free premium SVG icons licensed under the MIT license.

Visit Laravel News for the full post.

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6 weeks ago by michaelfox
Top Laravel CMS and their Features - Laravel Interview Questions
Top Laravel CMS and their Features posted to Feedbin Starred Entries for mich@aelfox.com on January 07, 2018 at 08:51AM by Laravel Interview Questions

In this tutorial, we are going list top 5 Laravel CMS and their features. Laravel popularity is increasing Day by day. This tutorial helps you to choose a good Laravel CMS for your next Project.

Below is the list of top 5 Laravel CMS.
OCTOBER CMS
Asgard CMS
Coster CMS
Pyro CMS
Quarx CMS

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