Posts marked with “laravel”

Upgrading code with Rector, CQRS, Livewire, is PHP the Worst?, and more

by · September 23, 2021

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Eric, John, and Oscar talk about changes behind the screen and the September 2021 issue, It’s Really an Upgrade. Topics Covered Changes in ownership at php[architect] The Rector project: using it to upgrade and downgrade library code. CQRS: using it to scale database reads and writes. JWTs and Security Livewire and JavaScript front end frameworks […]

 

The Workshop: Laravel Livewire

by · September 11, 2021

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Laravel Livewire describes itself as a “..full-stack framework for Laravel that makes building dynamic interfaces simple, without leaving the comfort of Laravel.” As a developer who has always struggled to feel comfortable with the latest and greatest front-end tooling, “without leaving Laravel” is incredibly appealing.

 

Interview with Scott Keck-Warren

by · August 25, 2021

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Eric van Johnson and John Congdon interview Scott Keck-Warren, who wrote an article on Boosting User Perceived Performance with Laravel Horizon, in the August 2021 issue. Topics Covered Getting started programming with QBasic Working with PHP, Laravel, and picking up new languages. Scaling with queues and tasks to send surveys and synchronize data. The benefits […]

 

Community Corner: An Interview with Taylor Otwell

by · August 14, 2021

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This month, we talk with the person behind the Laravel Framework, Taylor Otwell, who he is, and where he is taking Laravel moving forward. Laravel recently turned ten years old, and what a remarkable ten years it has been. Laravel has inspired its own industry with business, training, services, blogs, and podcasts built around and for the Laravel Framework.

 

Boosting User Perceived Performance with Laravel Horizon

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Work queues allow us to perform slow or error-prone tasks outside of the current user’s request to improve their experience with our site. Instead of doing everything during a user’s request, we can offload expensive tasks like resizing images, sending emails, and generating PDFs. In this article, you’ll learn how we can use Laravel Horizon to speed up the response time […]

 

Going Serverless With Laravel Vapor

by · December 4, 2019

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Recently, Taylor Otwell, the creator of Laravel, launched a new service for deploying your Laravel applications in AWS: Laravel Vapor. It doesn’t require maintaining servers or setting up your own AWS services, networks, or security group configurations. This article dives into what Vapor is, why you should consider going serverless, and how to deploy an […]

 

Interviews from php[world]: Cal Evans, Taylor Otwell, Samantha Quiñones, and Gary Hockin

by · October 28, 2019

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Our crew sat down and snagged some interviews in the atrium at php[world] in Tyson’s Corner, Virginia.

 

The Workshop: What’s New in Laravel 6

by · October 2, 2019

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September 2019 marks the release of the latest major version of Laravel: 6.0. Laravel 6 is also the new LTS (long term support) version of the framework. We’ll cover what’s new and different in version 6 and learn about the brand new error handling package: Ignition. One notable change is the requirement of PHP 7.2 […]

 

Containerizing Production PHP

by · June 5, 2019

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Most developers are aware of Docker, containers, and their general use cases. Maybe you even run it on your local machine. If you’ve ever wanted to take your application, containerize it and run it in production, this article is for you. Building applications for a container world requires a new way of thinking and building […]

 

Building Bridges

by · March 25, 2019

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In this Episode We’re trying a new format in this episode. Eric, John, and Oscar recorded together. Let us know what you think of the new format? Should we keep it? Topics Eric and John get a look behind the scenes into what goes into producing each magazine issue. Call for Writers – get feedback […]