doefom, to Software German
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What’s the best piece of you use in your daily work as a developer?

michael, to Laravel
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So, it really annoyed me that in Laravel 11 you cannot have multiple listeners for the same event in an array like you could in Laravel 10.

It's not like it's a big deal, as it's simple enough to implement, but just seems like a step backwards.

What do you think?

https://blog.thms.uk/2024/05/event-listeners-laravel-11?utm_source=mastodon

#Laravel #PHP

emd, to Laravel
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What am I missing folks, you can't have multiple listeners (in an array) in v11?

https://laracasts.com/discuss/channels/laravel/laravel-11-register-event-with-multiple-listeners

doefom, to Laravel
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Using global query scopes for simple one-to-many tenancy.

Code example of a cat pension app I've started and never finished. It's structured like this:

  • A user belongs to a pension
  • A pension has many clients
  • A client has many animals

Users (cat pension owners and their employees) can only view clients and animals from the same pension. Global query scopes ensure this rule is consistently applied throughout the app without accidentally forgetting it somewhere in your code.

doefom, to Laravel
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When developing applications I'm always a little afraid of sending emails to actual customers or placing real orders by accident. So I came up with a habit that works super well for me and maybe this will suit you as well.

In my /config/mail.php I add a 'developer' email address and ensure in my AppServiceProvider all emails are sent to this address when in non-production environments no matter what. Makes me build and test stuff way more confidently 😁

Is there a better approach?

tvbeek,
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@doefom that is why I wrote mail catchall.

It will replace the receiver and will optional add all the original receivers (to, cc, bcc) to the content of the email. That makes it useful for an acceptance environment to verify who would normally receive the email.

https://packagist.org/packages/tjvb/laravel-mail-catchall

marmelab, to php
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jclermont, to php
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Ever run into a timeout from a Composer script in CI? Test coverage reports are a super common example for me.

Here's how to prevent that, along with a gotcha if you're calling scripts within scripts. #php #laravel https://masteringlaravel.io/daily/2024-05-21-disabling-composer-timeout-with-nested-scripts

jclermont, to php
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How do you discover interesting new packages for your Laravel apps? https://masteringlaravel.io/daily/2024-05-20-how-do-you-discover-interesting-new-packages

doefom, to php
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8.4 is introducing newing up a class and accessing methods, properties, etc. on it without wrapping it in parentheses first. Another useful feature I will probably use on a daily basis. In my daily work with I often need to crawl some content from a website or an API. This feature will make my code a little less cluttered.

Here is the RFC if you want to learn more about it: https://wiki.php.net/rfc/new_without_parentheses

Crell, to php
@Crell@phpc.social avatar

Please, web app developers, consider how your users will upgrade. If your upgrade process is "remove the old one, unzip the new one", then it's not an upgrade process. It's an encouragement to never upgrade.

symfonystation, to php
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edorian, to php
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Back from vacation and excited to announce that we, over at , now fully support

https://www.linkedin.com/posts/tideways-gmbh_frankenphp-activity-7191031503009587202-qUFj

It's great to see the ecosystem grow and prosper and I believe proper tool support and performance insights will only help when it comes to choosing the right tool for your job.

It's been a bit of a struggle getting everything to work for me, but thanks to our C specialists all the test scenarios I wrote along the way are now passing, including

jclermont, to php
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Here's a quick write-up of why I avoid logic inside my tests https://masteringlaravel.io/daily/2024-05-14-avoid-logic-inside-your-test

valorin, to Laravel
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It's incredibly common to find hardcoded domains used for identifying admins, however this also makes it trivial to escalate privileges to admin! 😈

https://securinglaravel.com/security-tip-privilege-escalation-through-domain-wildcards/
#Laravel

peach, to Laravel
@peach@phpc.social avatar

Having a lot of fun with orchestra/testbench for . Took a little bit to get my head around it but getting there.

kaiserkiwi, to Laravel
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That made me chuckle :D

denniskoch, to Laravel
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If you are using and experiencing issues with Xdebug not recognizing the correct domain: Go to herd.conf and swap fastcgi_param SERVER_NAME $server_name; with fastcgi_param SERVER_NAME $host;

simonhamp, to Laravel
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If anyone out there is looking to hire developers, I would love to help you find the perfect match

Send me a private message

markusstaab, (edited ) to Laravel German
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Today I collaborated with ondrey on a fix for which improves a previous performance fix, which caused perf regressions in a edge-case.

The new fix allows a 2-3 seconds instead of 2-3 minutes analysis in all mentioned cases.

Reported issue was https://github.com/phpstan/phpstan/issues/10979

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Explore our article: Frontend Madness: SPAs, MPAs, PWAs, Decoupled, Hybrid, Monolithic, Libraries, Frameworks! WTF for your PHP backend? https://symfonystation.mobileatom.net/Frontend-Madness-JS-PHP-Backend

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michael, to Laravel
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Oh wow. That’s quite the revelation!

I’ve just spent quite way too much time scratching my head today thinking ‘I swear doing request()->route('param') used to get me the full model. Why is it only getting me a string now?!

Thanks @jclermont

https://phpc.social/@jclermont/112377153052040020

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