Piece By Piece Mobile Tweaking

The dream is that, as you construct a page, you follow a mobile-first cycle: make it look nice on mobile devices, and then build out from there. The truth, sadly, is that this isn’t always so easy. What happens when you have a Photoshop design that only illustrates the desktop view for a particular page? How do you follow mobile-first-design when you don’t yet know how it should appear on those devices? This is the reality for countless businesses.

In this lesson, we’ll review a section of the new Laracasts design that hasn’t yet been optimized for mobile users. We’ll review where things went wrong, while making mental notes for how to protect against this in the future.
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Laravel 5.6.26 Released

Laravel 5.6.26 was released June 20th with allowing the passing of the recipient name in mail notifications; the table name is now passed to post-migration create hooks, array/collections are now allowed in ‘Auth::attempt()’, and more. Learn more about the new features, changes, and fixes in this release.

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Built with Jigsaw – the Ultimate Showcase of Web Sites Built with Jigsaw

“Built with Jigsaw” is a gallery of websites made with Jigsaw, and includes helpful articles about using Jigsaw. Learn more about Jigsaw and creating static sites using the familiar Laravel Blade syntax and tools like Laravel Mix.

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Focus on Small Refactors

In this episode, we’ll work through a refactor of the "Browse" page here at Laracasts. I’ve tweaked the code just enough to give us a variety of small refactors to work on. And "small" is key for this lesson. Specifically, we’ll focus on indentation, variable names, and clarity.
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Render Functions: Part 1

So far in this series, we’ve used templates to declare our desired HTML structures. However, there’s another way: render functions. Though you won’t reach for them nearly as often, they nonetheless serve an important role. In this lesson we’ll review the basics.
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Automatically Open Files on Artisan “Make” Commands

“Open on Make” is a neat little package by Andrew Huggins that makes it easy to have newly created files open in your editor of choice. When you run commands like ‘php artisan make:controller’, this package will listen for the command and open the file in the editor that you configure.

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