About This Episode

When an exception is thrown in your app, you can optionally let it bubble up to app/Exceptions/Handler.php. Here, you may type-check the exception to determine the appropriate response to return. While this is certainly useful, over the lifetime of a project, you'll notice that this method grows and grows.

A more object-oriented approach would be to allow the exception to determine how to render itself. And now, in Laravel 5.5, you can do that very thing.

Published on Aug 17th, 2017.

Episodes

    1. Fresh Migrations

      EPISODE 3 1:04 Free
    2. Frontend Presets

      EPISODE 4 3:28 Free
    3. Automatic Package Discovery

      EPISODE 5 2:51 Free
    4. Faster Email Layout Testing

      EPISODE 6 3:20 Free
    5. Collection Dumping

      EPISODE 8 3:07 Free
    6. Model Factory Generation

      EPISODE 9 1:51 Free
    7. Custom Blade "If" Directives

      EPISODE 10 3:50 Free
    8. Higher Order Tap

      EPISODE 13 8:12 Free
    9. The RefreshDatabase Trait

      EPISODE 14 5:54 Free
    10. New Blade Directives

      EPISODE 15 2:31 Free
    11. Route Helpers

      EPISODE 16 2:08 Free
    12. Cleaner Exception Rendering

      EPISODE 18 5:03 Free
    13. Optional Objects

      EPISODE 19 4:33 Free
    14. API Resources

      EPISODE 20 11:24 Free
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