I host my prestashop installations in nginx and I always use seo friendly urls in prestashop. Now, to use friendly url in nginx server, you will need to manually add the rewrite rule to your server location block.
I don’t know how many times I saw this question asked by many PHP developers. It happens when some developer is not developing in Java actively, need to do some quick codes, and does PHP development regularly. Associative arrays are one of the most used feature (or is it the most?) of PHP.
Though collections are basic java features, and why many of PHP developers cannot readily catch that they can use Maps or Properties collections? It’s mainly because of OOP pattern. Java collections are objects. And many PHP developers are too accustomed to using Non-OOP patterns even if they are coding in a object oriented framework like laravel, or symfony, or zend.
If you want to use a custom Class (may be your own vendor or library) inside a view template, you just use it like any other places using the namespace. Like one of my templates has this in the top:
In this article you will find all the undocumented concepts of Laravel Validation Rules.
To automate composer updates and laravel artisan commands whenever you upload updated codes to AWS elastic beanstalk, you need to configure some commands. The locations are relative to your laravel’s root folder, not server root.
A good one for laravel on beanstalk. If you are experiencing composer and artisan config.
I’m working on a new project that is running an API using Laravel 5. We’re also hosting it on Amazon’s Elastic Beanstalk service, which gives us great scaling capabilities on the fly. However, since new instances of your application can be added/removed on the fly, setting your configuration requires a little more tweaking than the base install provides.
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Laravel has added support for middleware parameter since version 5.1 . So it is nice that we can pass middleware parameter from Routes.php or from controller. Let’s see an example.
or in controller constructor
and in middleware handle function you can catch argument which is passed as mentioned below:
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I came across an interesting problem today. I was Using laravel’s PHPUnit test framework to test a Eloquent class in my local environment. When I ran simple tests, I got that laravel eloquent find i was always returning null. Printing query log and running them was not helping.