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Laravel – Route Matched Event

In Laravel there is a nice way to listen for many events, built-in and custom events, simply using code like this:

We can register event listeners. In Laravel documentation on their website, mentioned about Application Events and also about Custom Events (defined by user). There are also some special events available in Eloquent ORM […]

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Laravel – Model Relationship to Itself

Laravel provides a nice and easy way to build model relationship using some methods like hasOne(), hasMany(), belongsTo() and belongsToMany() and each one of these methods are used for different kinds of relationships, for example, hasOne() used for one to one relationship and hasMany() for one to many and so on. These methods let use […]

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Laravel – Manually Invalidate A Validation

Laravel provides a nice extensible and easy validation class to validate user inputs but Sometimes we may need to forcefully invalidate a passed validation. For example, a few days ago I realized that in one of my projects. I had a table with fields group_name and name along with other fields and when inserting data […]

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Extend Laravel Eloquent Collection Object

According to Laravel, all multi-result sets returned by Eloquent, either via the get method or a relationship, will return a collection object. This object implements the IteratorAggregate PHP interface so it can be iterated over like an array. However, this object also has a variety of other helpful methods for working with result sets. For […]

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Extend Input Class in Laravel – 4

There is no Input class in Laravel, instead it uses Request class for any Input::method() calls. Basically, we extend a class in OOP language to add some extra functionalities to a base (already created) class and in PHP, for example, if you have following class

Now, if you need to extend this class then […]

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Advanced Date Queries in WordPress – 3.7

On October 24, 2013, WordPress Version 3.7, named for Count Basie, was released. It has some cool new features and one of those is that, developers can now query for posts within a date range, or that are older than or newer than a specific point in time using date_query . For example, to get […]

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Taste Of JavaScript In Php Part-2 (Php 5.4+)

A few days ago I’ve posted an article, titled Taste Of JavaScript In Php (as my random ideas) where I wrote a class to create dynamic Php objects in the run time and it requires Php 5.4+ and this is another follow up of that article, the updated version of stdObject class, which requires Php […]

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Taste of JavaScript in Php

Well, It’s true that Php was not matured enough in it’s early days but now Php become very so much powerful and recently Php 5.5.x has been arrived with some cool new features which are really powerful additions to Php so thanks to Php who are working hard to make this language powerful and robust. […]