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Started a new Conversation Unique With Validator
Laravel Core Validation features of Unique is super awesome but in many of my project, i have to pull this package(https://github.com/felixkiss/uniquewith-validator) in i.e Unique With validator
When I want to make multiple column (usually 2 or 3 column) combinations unique, i find this package implementation very straightforward. Is there a direct way in Laravel to perform this without using external package as the requirements of multiple column combination to be unique is very common in many application.
I sincerely thought of suggesting to Taylor but i think i should first talk about it here. Thanks.
Started a new Conversation Multi Tenant SaaS
I am planning to building SaaS applications where each client (tenant) needs a separate database while using the same core base code. Run multiple websites using the same Laravel installation while keeping tenant specific data separated for fully independent multi-domain setups.
After googling, I came across Tenancy (https://tenancy.dev/) which is a tenant base Laravel modification. It suits to my needs, and i already use it for one of my similar projects.
My problem with Tenancy is that it still used Laravel 5.7 while the latest Laravel is already 6.17 and version 7 is round the corner (i suppose). So, is there a straight way to use the latest Laravel to build a multi tenant SaaS - One Code base, multiple database with multiple domains.