Being able to write your own plugins lets you write code that you can use on all your sites, regardless of the theme. Putting your code in a plugin is usually better practice than using the theme functions file. That way, you can switch themes without losing all the custom code on your site.
Sometimes our services need to perform some huge tasks after user interaction. For example, we need to send a letter, generate a report file, or call external APIs. These kinds of tasks can be slow because of third parties and can consume the resources of your server.
The benefit of using any full-stack web application framework is that you don’t have to worry about the common tasks like input handling, form validation and the like, as the framework already provides wrappers for those features. Thus, it allows you to concentrate on the business logic of the application rather than reinventing the wheel over and over again.
If you want an easy way to create engaging, content-driven websites for you and your customers, you should give Drupal 8 a try. And Drupal modules allow you to take things a step further and create highly customized functionality for your site.
In this article, we’ll dive deep into the Laravel framework to understand the concept of middleware. The first half of the article begins with an introduction to middleware and what it’s actually used for.
If you’ve ever come across the Laravel framework, it’s highly unlikely that you haven’t heard of service containers and service providers. In fact, they’re the backbone of the Laravel framework and do all the heavy lifting when you launch an instance of any Laravel application.
As a freelancer and someone who works with a small business, I have experienced the pain points of project management. The solution isusually an ever-changing mix of various apps and services that never feel quite right. I am always interested in trying something new since there always seems to be room for improvement. However, there’s one solution I haven’t tried: hosting my own CRM and project management solution.
From routing HTTP requests to accessing the database and rendering the user interface, most web applications have a lot in common with each other. Many of them allow their visitors to sign in, and it’s hard to imagine a web application without email sending.
Contact forms are a must have for every website. They encourage your site visitors to engage with you while potentially lowering the amount of spam you get.
PHP is the language of WordPress. If you want to customize WordPress, for example by coding themes or plugins, PHP is the programming language you’ll need to learn.
The offering of PHP URL shortener scripts bring as much variety and varying degrees of complexity as any other web development solution. Self-hosted URL shorteners can be set up exclusively for private use, but they can also be used for public use as well.