Laravel’s service container is one of its most helpful features. It allows developers to type-hint dependencies in their classes, and automatically get a properly-configured class instance injected. It’s therefore disheartening to not see developers take full advantage of it when working with third-party APIs and SDKs.
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Using form requests to authorise, validate, and perform actions in a Laravel application.
How to remove the annoying “Add to iTunes as a Spoken Track” context menu item in macOS.
An example of implementing the Action–Domain–Responder pattern in Laravel.
How to install and use Homestead on a per-project basis with Laravel applications.
How to set up a Laravel 5 application on Heroku using Heroku’s Redis add-on.
How to create signed S3 object URLs using version 3 of the AWS PHP SDK.
Improving Laravel 5’s registrar service by re-factoring from façades.