Next up in our filtering series, we're implementing filters with Vue. Driven from the backend, filters update automatically and push to the query string so a user can continue where they left off. We'll also generate pagination that seamlessly works alongside everything, keeping it lean and clean as we go.
If you've already followed the Filtering in Laravel course, it's time to put our filters to work on the frontend, refactoring as we go. We'll also merge in pagination.
Need to filter database results with a query string? Here's a beautiful, easy to extend solution to keep your code super tidy.
Let's dive into the new Laravel 5.5 features, including a mini project on building a 3rd party email address validation class with mistake suggestions.
Small tips to clear up a big mess. These are the small things I do every day to create clean, beautiful code. This course is ongoing and more parts will be added.
DataTables are super useful for managing your database from an admin panel. Let's roll our own powerful solution that does just about everything you'll need.
By default, Laravel doesn't support account activation. Let's bake it into the authentication flow.