Open source software is software distributed under an open source license. Such a license specifically allows anyone to copy, modify, extend and redistribute the source code without paying royalties or fees to the original authors.
Building cross-platform desktop applications comes with a unique set of challenges that can stand in your way when you are trying to transform your ideas into software. Web apps avoid some of these hurdles, but they have limitations that make them impractical for building native desktop applications. Electron lets you harness the best parts of […]
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github.com/the-control-group/voyager Voyager is a Laravel Admin Package that allows you to add/edit/delete tables. Create CRUD/BREAD views for these data types in the admin section. The admin section has a full media manager, menu builder, and settings to use in your Laravel Application
This is my Laravel Tutorial Part 3 – Controllers, Actions, Passing Data and Routing video in which I show you how to use controllers, restful actions, and the various ways to pass data from your controllers to your views. I also briefly cover controller routing. You can download any related final source code for my […]
Just download the new Atom 1.0 want to know how to set styles, keybindings, and themes? Maybe you are interested in installing a package into your editor. Find your answers in this video to make Atom 1.0 fit to your work style.
Welcome to Build Out, our brand new show! In this episode, Colt and Reto are building the smartest of smart gardens. Which do you think is the better design: Colt’s CNC gardening robot or Reto’s automated, learning garden irrigation system? Let us know what you think in the comments! But wait, there’s more! Build Out […]
This is my Laravel Tutorial Part 5 – CRUD – Retrieving Data with Eloquent video. In this video we begin working with a Model. I show you how to use Eloquent, which is Laravel’s ORM, to retrieve data from the database. I also show you how to create named routes as well as links using […]
This is my Laravel Tutorial Part 1 – Installation and Configuration video to help you get started with the MVC PHP framework Laravel. I discuss downloading, installing, configuring, using mod_rewrite, and connecting to a database using the Laravel framework. You can download any related final source code for my video tutorials at my website: andrewperkins.net/laravel
This is my Laravel Tutorial Part 2 – Migrations and Artisan video to introduce you into creating migrations using Artisan in order to manage your database by writing PHP instead of SQL. We’ll be using the Schema Builder and Fluent Query Builder to interact with our database using Laravels migrations. You can download any related […]
This is my Laravel Tutorial Part 8 – CRUD – Updating Data with Eloquent video. In this video I show you how to pre-populate your form with data to update data that is in your database using the Eloquent ORM. I also show you how you can use partial view files to share a snippet […]
This is my Laravel Tutorial Part 10 – Security video. This video goes over some of things you can do to secure your applications. I discuss how Laravel protects you from SQL injection and cookie tampering. I also show you how you can protect yourself from CSRF, mass assignment, and XSS. You can download any […]