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Well , Yes being a native English speaker and experience is the key-factor , but also he wasn't performing this well in his very own videos, so I would say practice makes perfect , also a script isn't a real thing , but studying the subject , preparing resources makes producing the topic easier , stay focused , never lose your focus on small stuff like recording time for example , less talk more actions ,and finally do it smart not hard .
Sadly I already set the API keys twice once in .env file and another in Scout.php , and both results the same error .
SaberHosneyDev started a new conversation Search Parts In The Database Instead Of The Whole Value.
as the titles says , so I want to search the database , I already made my way through , I made method in the controller that handles the POST request , I made another method to display the page using GET request , so basically once I hit the search button it redirects me to /search with the data I need but I forced to type the exact title in the box to display data anything else results in a "not found" .
I made "search" with a simple DB query
$results = Post::where('title' , request('search'))->get(); return view('posts.search', compact('results'));
it's works perfectly but not suits the advanced needs ofc , I looked at Laravel docs at queries but nothing helped me to search a part I need something like an auto-complete or something similar like google search .
Thanks in advance.