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See which composer packages are outdated at a glance on your Laravel pulse dashboard. Learn more about creating a custom Pulse card to help you monitor the health of your application.
To ensure the safe operation of the Laravel project, it is necessary to assign the correct access rights to files and folders.
The Filament Feature Flags package by Stephen Jude is a feature and segmentation package made with Laravel Pennant.
If you have Observer events to update or delete records, it's important to know that they aren't executed when records are updated or deleted in bulk.
Manage Webhooks from the Laravel CLI, for the Brevo marketing and sales platform. Creating Webhooks via the CLI is easy thanks to Laravel Prompts!
You've probably cached some model data in the controller before, but I am going to show you a model caching technique that's a little more granular using Active Record models in Laravel. Using a unique cache key on the model, you can cache properties and associations on your models that are automatically updated (and the cache invalidated) when the model (or associated model) is updated.
Learn some of the gotchas in Laravel session management you’ll experience as you move to a Kubernetes deployment
The Laravel Updater package is a CLI command to check for new versions and update your application to the latest version.
Are you tired of slow API responses and sluggish database queries in your Laravel application? Do you wish you could sprinkle some magic dust and make your application’s performance go poof lightning fast? Well, we’ve got a secret weapon for you, and it’s called Cachetastic.
XML Wrangler is a simplistic PHP library designed to make reading and writing XML easy.
Your Mac contains files and folders where you keep personal data and documents. To protect your files and keep them secure from prying eyes, you can use a password or other means of encrypting the files, but there’s a default way that’s built into macOS for that.