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Resources

On this page I share some interesting resources that I've stumbled upon. Some of the resources are just published, but I may also share content that is released some time ago. The date represents the day I've added the resource here.


February 3, 2021

Jooble

A job searching tool where you may find laravel developer jobs.

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October 27, 2020

Try Out PHP 8 Features

This post by Marcel Pociot gives a nice overview of PHP 8 Features, which you can try out in an embedded editor.

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October 5, 2020

Pragmatically Testing Multi-Guard Authentication in Laravel

Very clear explanation by Freek Van der Herten on how to implement and test multi-guard authentication in your Laravel application (February 2020).

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June 17, 2020

Tactics For Writing Clean Laravel Code

An interesting thread on Twitter by Samuel Ć tancl that lists some tactics to write clean code in Laravel. Highly recommended!

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May 1, 2020

Object Design Style Guide

A book that I really like because it gives a vivid explanation of the design rules that can be applied on your code in order to improve its structure, readability, durability and other aspects. It is written in the form of well substantiated rules in combination with code examples, which makes it very understandable and productive to read.

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May 1, 2020

Laravel Factories Reloaded

When writing tests a lot of time is spent on arranging the data that is needed to run each test. With this package you can create class based factories, that will give you more flexibility and simplicity when setting up your tests.

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April 6, 2020

Single Action Controllers

In this article Dries Vints reflects upon the advantages of single action controllers, i.e., controllers with only one invoke method instead of the standard CRUD methods.

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April 1, 2020

Pest, A PHP Testing Framework

With Pest you can reduce the amount of code for your tests. This article, by Nuno Maduro, the developer of the framework, describes how you can use it.

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