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With the release of Laravel 9, the Swift Mailer (that is no longer maintained) has been replaced by the Symfony Mailer. You can already find some useful information about this change along all the other ones in the Upgrade Guide from Laravel 8.x to 9.0. However this guide does not contain enough information if you want to send fully customized emails. This blog post proposes you a solution coming directly from the Symfony documentation!Read
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.Read
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.Read
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.Read