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Tom Witkowski 7h
on for the amazing work they do. Or for his contributions to and talks. 😊
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Tom Witkowski 7h
Replying to @ianmiell
5 is so important. But at least what I've seen most want to stay loyal with an employer who has never been loyal to them. It's so important to quit if there's no future and don't be undeserved loyal. Most I know still think that employing them was a big favor.
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Tom Witkowski 9h
That's a game changer!!! πŸ’šπŸ’™πŸ’›πŸš€ I've followed Mollie some time but need subscription/cashier support. Haven't found this package - thanks for sharing! 😊
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Webwide β€’ Design, Development & Maker Community πŸ’¬ Nov 8
🏟 Thanks to a giveaway on Webwide by generous member , went to 2019 in Lisbon and is back to tell us all about it. πŸ˜„
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Tom Witkowski Nov 7
Replying to @introwit @freekmurze
Exactly, for example in a blog app you could auto create newsletters, use the routes and so on. In a dedicated app this won't work.
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Tom Witkowski Nov 7
Replying to @freekmurze
Okay, you are right. But wouldn't non Laravel devs want it as a SaaS? I mean most devs will want to interact/extend it or integrate it somewhere. Privacy aware devs could deploy it with 2 commands like gitlab. And non devs would like to use SaaS. This is my believe.^^
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Tom Witkowski Nov 7
Replying to @freekmurze
All this was my main reason for . I needed one to integrate in existing apps instead of a CMS app where I could integrate some other stuff.
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Tom Witkowski Nov 7
Replying to @freekmurze
I vote for package. Who wants it as a standalone app just have to create one with a single command. But most users will want to integrate it into an existing app use policies and what else is in the app. And I've no idea about Vue but blade views could be easily overriden.
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Tom Witkowski Nov 6
HTML but more like a plain text.^^ So only some more spacing, one image and a pretty CTA. But not these "fancy" HTML newsletters with thousands of images and crazy styling everywhere.
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Tom Witkowski Nov 6
Replying to @reinink @inertiajs
The server side part isn't my problem! It is/was the client side part. So in a plain old HTML I site the form encoding, add the input and am done. In Vue/with inertia this is different. So that's the part I would like to see covered. 😊
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Tom Witkowski Nov 6
Replying to @reinink @inertiajs
Great and thanks! πŸ’š Would still recommend a link to this in the docs or an extended example. But so far inertia is awesome and allows me to do a SPA as backend dev. 😊
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Tom Witkowski Nov 6
Replying to @dakira @webwide_io
Great to hear! πŸ’š And for imprint, privacy and ToS you would pay a lawyer? Or use one of the generators out there?
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Webwide β€’ Design, Development & Maker Community πŸ’¬ Nov 6
πŸ‡©πŸ‡ͺπŸ’Ό Anybody out there with some experience setting up a small online business in Germany?
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Tom Witkowski Nov 6
I've checked out the docs for form submissions and one important part for me is file uploads. As a Vue.JS newbie the docs aren't really self-explanatory. πŸ™ Could you get in more detail how I get the file from my input to the server?
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Neil Keena Nov 4
πŸ”₯You can mutate request data using 's form requests instead of doing it in the controller. By overwriting the validationData() method, you can mutate data BEFORE validation. Overwrite the validated() method to mutate AFTER validation.
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Tom Witkowski Nov 5
I know by default tinker is a prod dependency. For me it always felt a bit wrong and I moved it into dev ones. Would you recommend to keep tinker on prod? For me prod shouldn't get tinkered with to prevent "oops, I've deleted xyz" and similar errors/faults.
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Tom Witkowski Nov 3
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Dimitris Savvopoulos Nov 3
πŸ‘‰ This is a brilliant way of saving us from the plastic oceans.
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Tom Witkowski Nov 3
Mine too 😊 πŸŒ²πŸŒ³πŸŒ²πŸŒ³πŸŒ³πŸŽ„πŸŽ„πŸŒ³πŸŒ³πŸŒ²πŸŒ³πŸŽ„πŸŽ„πŸŒ³πŸŒ²πŸŒ²
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Tom Witkowski Nov 3
And our very own project. Powered by and πŸŒ²πŸŒ²πŸŒ³πŸŽ„πŸŽ„πŸŒ³πŸŒ³πŸŒ²
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