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Monthly Archives: January 2019

Laravel Mailbox

Laravel Mailbox is a package by Marcel Pociot for handling incoming emails in your Laravel application. Mailbox features a fluent API that allows you to define custom mailboxes to catch incoming emails.

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Five Hidden Features of the Laravel Excel Package

The Laravel Excel package recently celebrated a new milestone of version 3, with new features that help ease advanced use-cases, and is simple to use. Let’s explore some of these hidden features you might not know about, that make Laravel Excel a go-to package for working with Excel.

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reCAPTCHA Packages for Laravel

recently needed a quick reCAPTCHA field for a public-facing form that I wanted to protect from bot spam. In the past, I’ve used a Laravel package from the community. However, I went hunting again for different Laravel packages that make setting up Google’s reCAPTCHA even easier than it already is.

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Newspack, CMS optimized for local journalism

he parent company of WordPress.com is joining with other news industry leaders to develop an advanced open-source publishing and revenue-generating platform for news organizations. The effort is designed to address some of the persistent obstacles to creating economically sustainable models for journalism, particularly at the local level.

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Laravel 5.7.20 Released

The Laravel team released 5.7.20 this week with added chunkById() support on model relations, a new collection method, and some new FilesystemAdapter assertion methods.

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Tips to Speed up Your Phpunit Tests

Having a fast test suite can be just as important as having a fast application. As a developer, getting feedback quickly about the state of your code allows for a much quicker development turnaround. Here we are going to run through some tips you can implement today to make your tests run faster.

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PHP dotenv 3.0 Released

PHP dotenv released version 3.0 last week, with some “important improvements made to the library since the 2.x release.” At the same time, the package was able to maintain much of the same API from PHP dotenv 2.0.

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