About This Episode

Imagine that you need to define a validation rule which specifies that the provided email address must be unique on the users table, limited to the email column, where the person's active status is set to true, but excluding the current user's email address. As you may know, traditionally, we must provide a comma separated list within a string for all of these parameters. It's pretty rough! But not anymore. Now, in Laravel 5.3, you can use the useful Rule class to fluently build up these constraints.

Published on Oct 25th, 2016.

Episodes

    1. Important Directory Changes

      EPISODE 1 7:18 Free
    2. The Global Cache Helper

      EPISODE 3 3:20 Free
    3. The JavaScript Suggestion

      EPISODE 4 10:11 Free
    4. Simpler Pagination

      EPISODE 5 3:32 Free
    5. Mailables

      EPISODE 6 8:02 Free
    6. Foreach, and the Loop Object

      EPISODE 7 5:27 Free
    7. Toggle Pivot Table Records

      EPISODE 8 4:14 Free
    8. Notifications: Email

      EPISODE 9 11:16 Free
    9. Notifications: Database

      EPISODE 10 15:51 Free
    10. Super Simple File Uploading

      EPISODE 12 10:02 Free
    11. Laravel Passport

      EPISODE 13 14:49 Free
    12. Closure-Based Commands

      EPISODE 14 7:30 Free
    13. Facade Fakes

      EPISODE 17 11:22 Free
    14. Fluent Validation Rules

      EPISODE 18 14:36 Free
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