• 25 Aug
    Introduction to Travis.CI Part 2

    Introduction to Travis.CI Part 2

    As we started discussing in my last article Introduction to Travis.CI, modern application development is a pretty demanding task. Whether that’s because of the complexity of modern applications, or the sheer number of moving parts...
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  • 07 Jul
    Laravel Form Refactoring with Service layers

    Laravel Form Refactoring with Service layers

    Update September 2017: This article does not implement any custom Namespace, in time it wil be updated to include more modern Laravel coding techniques. After writing my last article on Developing Applications with Laravel - Part 3 I...
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  • 19 May
    Developing applications with Laravel 5 - Part 3

    Developing applications with Laravel 5 – Part 3

    Update August 2017: I am currently updating this article with more modern syntax and removal of a large number of now obsolete statements. Generally the code concepts are still valid however, please check back for...
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  • 31 Mar
    Developing applications with Laravel 5 - Part 2

    Developing applications with Laravel 5 – Part 2

    In Part 1 of this series I covered developing a simple application that exercised the 3 essential components of the Laravel eco-system, that being Models, Views and Controllers. In the process I skipped over some finer details...
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  • 24 Mar
    Introduction to Travis.CI

    Introduction to Travis.CI

    Introduction to Travis.CI Part 1 Modern application development is a pretty demanding job, mainly because of the complexity of modern applications, and the sheer number of moving parts which have to be managed. Whether we’re...
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