Upgrading to Laravel 5.6

It looks like we have a pull request to upgrade Council to Laravel 5.6. Let’s work through that PR in this episode, at which point half-way through, we’ll encounter an odd, mysterious application bug related to foreign Sqlite constraints in 5.6.
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Testing Length Validation in Laravel

I thought it might help people new to the Laravel framework and testing, to walk through how to test length validation. When I say length validation, I mean the constraints of length that you might want to put on a string field.

For example, let’s say that we wanted to limit the length of a user’s real name to 50 characters; or if we restrict the email address to the database column length of 255. Along with the database constraints, we should add validation constraints to the controller when creating and updating records.

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LaraTalent – A New Way to Hire and Get Hired

LaraTalent is a brand new take on getting you the best job or the best employee. LaraTalent turns the job search process on its head. As part of a hand-selected group presented to employers, YOU get their full attention and YOU select the employers you’d like to interview with. When employers compete, you win. — …

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Laravel Zero 5.6 is Now Released

Laravel Zero is a micro-framework for console/command-line applications that uses a customized version of Laravel. This 5.6 release features UI Improvements, Collision Syntax Highlighting, Git Version detection and more. Laravel Zero 5.6 is built on top of Laravel 5.6, the latest release of the Laravel framework. And now it requires PHP 7.1.3 or higher.

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Building a Vue SPA with Laravel Part 3

We will continue building our Vue SPA with Laravel by showing you how to load asynchronous data before the entering a route. In this tutorial we are also going to swap out our fake /users endpoint with a real one powered by a database. Learn how to use the new Laravel 5.5 Eloquent API Resources in our SPA backend and then hook it up with the Vue router!

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