Laravel session doesn't persist - Fix
• December 26th 2017 • PHP
Sometimes, the Laravel session simply doesn't get created. I always end up forgetting how to fix it and finding a fix takes a lot of time and energy.
Facebook post shares to Google Spreadsheet
• December 24th 2017 • JS
I ran a couple of giveaways on my Facebook page, in order to participate, users had to share a post. Naturally, I needed to retrieve all users who shared my post.
Facebook Page Tab Fix
• November 6th 2017 • Linux
Learn how to config your VPS in order to make the Facebook Tab Page work properly
Basic CRUD in Laravel
• October 31st 2017 • PHP
Learn how to achieve CRUD in Laravel by creating a game management app.
Fast data store in Laravel
• October 29th 2017 • PHP
In this tutorial you will learn how to make use of the Eloquent `$fillable` property.
Add a new Laravel site to Homestead
• October 25th 2017 • Linux
This is a step by step tutorial on how to add a new site to the Homestead box.
Validation in Laravel
• October 18th 2017 • PHP
The validation of requests represents an important part of web development, Laravel makes this task a breeze.
Custom pagination in Laravel
• April 10th 2017 • PHP
This is a just a snippet to create a custom pagination in Laravel
A string in programming represents a series of characters typed in from the keyboard. They are usually enclosed in quotes, for example: 'Hello World!'. PHP offers many built-in functions that can be used to manipulate strings.
• May 6th 2016
In this tutorial you will learn how to upload files using AJAX, also on top of that you will also learn how to create a droppable area that handles files from your PC.
• March 12th 2017
In this tutorial, you will find out about the basic terminal commands, we've included animated screenshots (GIFS) so that you can see the output of these commands. The command line is a must know for any web developer that wants to improve his skill set.
• March 19th 2016
Git is a distributed version control software written by Linus Torvalds, the creator of the Linux kernel. Basically, git is a program that keeps track of every change you make in a folder.
• April 25th 2016