In this article, we’re going to explore the Auth0 service, which provides authentication and authorization as a service. Auth0 allows you to set up basic authentication and authorization features for your apps in the blink of an eye.
In this article, we’re going to explore the Swift Mailer library that allows you to send emails from PHP applications. Starting with installation and configuration, we’ll go through a real-world example that demonstrates various aspects of sending emails using the Swift Mailer library.
In this article, we’re going to explore how you could set up a fully fledged OAuth2 server in Laravel using the Laravel Passport library. We’ll go through the necessary server configurations along with a real-world example to demonstrate how you could consume OAuth2 APIs.
In this article, we’re going to explore the PhpFastCache library, which allows you to implement caching in your PHP applications. Thus, it helps to improve overall website performance and latency on page load times.
Today, we are going to explore the concept of broadcasting in the Laravel web framework. It allows you to send notifications to the client side when something happens on the server side. In this article, we are going to use the third-party Pusher library to send notifications to the client side.
In this article, we’re going to explore the notification system in the Laravel web framework. The notification system in Laravel allows you to send notifications to users over different channels. Today, we’ll discuss how you can send notifications over the mail channel.
Full-text search is crucial for allowing users to navigate content-rich websites. In this post, I’ll show you how to implement full-text search for a Laravel app. In fact, we’ll use the Laravel Scout library, which makes implementation of full-text search easy and fun.
Irrespective of the application you’re dealing with, testing is an important and often overlooked aspect that you should give the attention it deserves. Today, we’re going to discuss it in the context of the Laravel web framework.
In this article, we’ll go through mutators and accessors of the Eloquent ORM in the Laravel web framework. After the introduction, we’ll go through a handful of examples to understand these concepts.
In this article, we are going to explore the basics of event management in Laravel. It’s one of the important features that you, as a developer, should have in your arsenal in your desired framework. As we move on, we’ll also grab this opportunity to create a real-world example of a custom event and listener, and that’s the ultimate goal of this article as well.
In this article, we’re going to explore one of the most important and least discussed features of the Laravel web framework—exception handling. Laravel comes with a built-in exception handler that allows you to report and render exceptions easily and in a friendly manner.
In this article, we’re going to explore the Mail API in the Laravel web framework. Laravel takes advantage of the popular SwiftMailer library, which is easy to use and comes with a variety of email drivers to choose from. In the latter stages of the article, we’ll go through an in-depth demonstration of the concepts discussed in the first half of the article.
In this article, we’re going to explore the Queue API in the Laravel web framework. It allows you to defer resource-intensive tasks during script execution to enhance the overall end user experience. After introducing the basic terminology, I’ll demonstrate it by implementing a real-world example.
In this article, we’ll go through one of the exciting features of the Laravel web framework—task scheduling. Throughout the course of this article, we’ll look at how Laravel allows you to manage scheduled tasks in your application. Moreover, we’ll also end up creating our own custom scheduled tasks for demonstration purposes.