I have been a satisfied Valet user for the past four years, but my recent frustrations with Homebrew have led me to look into Laravel Herd.
A new package release which uses Pixelmatch under the hood.
How I finally managed to finish and deploy a personal website instead of letting it end up in the digital graveyard with the others.
Laravel's DataAwareRule interface allows us to access and utilize additional validation data
See how a minor change to your commit message style can make you a better programmer.
Before you write any code — ask if you could ever possibly want multiple kinds of the thing you are coding. If yes, just do it. Now, not later.
I stumbled upon this great 10-year-old article by Jason Fried on giving someone else's ideas a chance. Think before reacting to keep a creative mindset.
Laravel's data retrieval methods: get(), chunk(), and lazy(), compared through informal benchmarks. Understand memory and speed trade-offs.
Laravel's LazyCollection class is a powerful tool that lets you process enormous amounts of data with very little memory.
Static analysis like Psalm and Phpstan are increasing popularity in the PHP world. It gives us the ability to discover unknown potential bugs in our code without actually running it.