Laravel

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Laravel database transactions & mysqldump

Did you know that mysqldump can create inconsistent backups if you do not use database transactions in Laravel? Let's discover that issue and address it in order to avoid it. After setting up and running locally a Laravel project that will serve as a demo for that specific issue, we will observe the necessity of using transactions and how to implement them. We'll also discover many more tips while trying to understand what happens under the MySQL hood.

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Laravel optimization : static content caching and cache busting

Optimizing you web app from the browser side is an important concern, to provide a pleasant experience to your users. It will also reduce the traffic on your servers. In this post we show how to implement static content caching and cache busting on a Laravel application.

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Harden your Laravel app with CSP headers

CSP (Content Security Policy) reduces the risk of cross-site scripting and other content-injection attacks by defining, at the level of the webserver, a header that whitelists authorized sources of content for your website.

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Run your Laravel application on Kubernetes

In this blog post series we will present how to deploy a Laravel app on Kubernetes. In this first tutorial, we start with a simple setup, and leave horizontal scaling and high-availability for a follow-up post...

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Laravel Custom Logging

For the majority of developed program, it is necessary to use a robust and efficient Log mechanism. It is of course the case for a web interface. It is important to be able to track potential bugs or issues.

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Implementing email verification in Laravel

Have you ever wanted to ensure your users use email addresses they actually possess? Here is a quick way to achieve it. This tutorial assumes that you already have:

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Run your Laravel app with docker-compose

Docker-compose is an elegant way to run a Laravel app. It allows to define and run the different services: the main web app, a MySQL database and a redis server. There are however a few tricks to solve: how to run the database migrations, how to run the queue worker and the scheduler?

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Laravel migrations tips

When developing a Laravel application, it's quite common to run the development (and test) version with a SQLite database, and the production version with a MySQL database. Normally, the migrations will take care of creating the correct database schema. However, there are a few caveats.

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Using HTTPS over a reverse proxy in Laravel

Have you ever encountered problems trying to deploy a Laravel HTTPS website using a reverse proxy ? Then read the following to quickly learn where this problem comes from and how to simply thwart it.

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Continuous Deployment with GitLab and Laravel Envoy

There are multiple ways to implement Continuous Deployment (CD) for a Laravel project. The current trends consists in deploying containers to a kubernetes cluster. In this blog post however, we will present the good old way: we will use Laravel Envoy to deploy our code directly to our server(s). This method has the advantage of simplicity as it does not require to build containers, nor does it require a kubernetes cluster: Laravel Envoy uses a simple SSH connection to the target server(s) to perform the deployment.

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Test your Laravel project with GitLab

So you have a Laravel project, and as a good programmer you are using GitLab to manage your code, and you started implementing some phpunit tests. But how to run these tests in GitLab?

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Laravel & Vue.js: Quickstart

Vue.js is an open-source JavaScript framework that lets you extend HTML elements with embedded JS and CSS to easily create complex user interfaces and single page applications. Easy to integrate with Laravel, this is the perfect combination to draw a line between the front and the back ends while making them both powerful.

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