Since I found out how to create Laravel packages I was hooked.
Organizing your code in packages really declutters your application code while providing the added benefit of true reusability. It has made my applications a lot easier to maintain.
Learning to develop packages doesn’t have to be hard. If you know how to create a basic Laravel app, you can write packages as well.
Continue reading “Available now: Laravel package development from scratch”
Laravel is a fantastic framework for developing state-of-the-art web applications.
Python is terrific for data processing.
Continue reading “How to use Laravel with Python and the command line”
Every Laravel E-commerce project requires processing payments and generating invoices. Yet for the best experience this flow needs to be tailored for each project. Continue reading “Stop creating your Laravel invoices manually”
In the previous post you learned that Cashier is not always the best fit for payment processing in Laravel. And if that’s the case you will need to integrate payment processing manually into your application.
Personally I have been integrating the Mollie gateway into Laravel projects targeting a Dutch customer base. This way it is possible to accept iDeal payments – which is the preferred method of my customers. Continue reading “Easy Mollie payments with Laravel”
Laravel‘s official Cashier package is great for handling credit card payments and generate accompanying invoices. I love it.
But what if you need to implement other payment methods than credit cards?
It took me a few projects (months…) to figure this one out, now let me save you the effort and share it with you. Continue reading “When Laravel Cashier will not help you”