Laravel offers several options for Authentication in your applications. If you'd prefer a head start, you might reach for one of the available first-party packages that provide robust, modern scaffolding for your authentication layer. For example, Laravel Breeze is an excellent choice to get up and running quickly. If you require additional features, Laravel Jetstream offers two-factor auth, API tokens and team management. If you'd instead prefer to use your own front-end stack, you might consider Laravel Fortify as the backend implementation. In this series, we'll review how to use and customize these packages in order to fit the authentication needs of your application.
Laravel Cashier provides an expressive, fluent interface to Stripe's (and Paddle's) subscription billing services. In this series, we’ll take a look at the features of Cashier that will allow you to create the billing portion of a subscription-based SAAS app, including subscribing users to plans, authorizing with middleware, single charges, and invoices.
As part of the Laravel 7 release, we gained access to supercharged Blade components. What's exciting about this is the fact that it can fundamentally change how you go about constructing the view layer of your applications. In this series, one component per episode, I'll show you a wide range of practical examples that you can freely use in your own projects.
This series is exclusively focused on the art of refactoring code. Make a small change, run the tests, and then make another small change. Each episode provides a variety of long-form examples and pitfalls using real life code. Please note that this series is not chronological. Each episode is unique and may be viewed in any order.
In this workshop, we'll focus exclusively on the open-closed principle (the O in SOLID). Using real-life code, line by line, we'll refactor a confusing class into something far more manageable and extendable. Once finished, we'll have gained the luxury of introducing new functionality, not by modifying existing code, but by instead writing a new class.
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