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The photo image is stored into an img element using data uri.
Now I want to upload that image when clicking the submit button. How can I do that?
I suggest that the best obtion is to use only one table. Let's say client. Then for the fields that are specific to one type of customer create another table that references to the main one. Use foreign keys for that.
Started a new Conversation How To Get The Proper Datetime
Hi guys, I have a field created_at which is timestamp. My app is hosted in a shared webhosting. When I receive the value of that field, it is giving me two hours earlier than my timezone. Mi timezone is America/Lima => GMT-5. I have asked my hosting support and they are telling me that the server is located in the west coast of USA, which is PST.
When I retrieve the date using return Carbon::parse($this->created_at)->timezone('America/Lima'); it is giving me a completeley wrong timezone.
Please your help!