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Spatie is a webdesign agency based in Antwerp, Belgium. We specialize in development and create a lot of OSS
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Sebastian De Deyne Sep 25
This plays a huge part in why we're using with React and TypeScript!
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Freek Van der Herten Sep 25
It’s time again 🙂 This week, a mailcoach user said to me that he has successfully sent a campaign to 900K subscribers. Pretty cool!
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Gaurav Makhecha 21h
This week's notable updates for Laravel developers containing: 👌Laravel Tips 👕Hacktoberfest 📰Livewire Newsletter 📡PHP: Community Synergy Initiative 🚅InertiaJS v0.3 Thread #40 🗞️
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Brent 16h
Light colour schemes are better, based on science
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Steve Bauman 15h
An easy way to force a redirect anywhere in your Laravel application:
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Sebastian De Deyne Sep 25
🔗 It's no surprise than handling an event in vanilla JavaScript runs faster than React, but it's interesting to see the numbers and talk about tradeoffs. A tale of client side framework performance by
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Freek Van der Herten Sep 25
💂‍♀️Behind the scenes it uses those cool new batches introduced in 8 ✍️ I’ll write a blogpost on the internals and the tests of the package soon. 🥰 If you like the package, considering sponsoring us
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Freek Van der Herten Sep 25
Here’s our newest package: laravel-queued-db-cleanup This one provides a safe way of cleaning large tables on Vapor The package contains the approach we recently used ourselves at
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Ruben Van Assche Sep 25
Two weeks ago we introduced the TypeScript transformer package() This is the story why we created it:
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Tim MacDonald Sep 24
🧰 Add this to your toolbox... If you want to decorate something bound to the container in you can "extend" it. This allows you to pipe the value through some particular changes without having to re-bind the original value.
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Freek Van der Herten Sep 24
🧠 When creating a class that can be extend from, I always put the logic in to small, easy to override methods with descriptive names. This is way better than to cram everything in a single method like `handle`.
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Niels Vanpachtenbeke Sep 24
assertEquals() does not take the datatype into consideration. assertSame() does check type and value and might be a better alternative if you don't like unexpected type conversions!
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S@rthak ⚡️📚👨🏻‍💻 Sep 24
Multitenacy with Jetstream using multi tenancy package Join me after 2 hours at YouTube live stream 👇
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Freek Van der Herten Sep 23
Here we go again, submitting a new package 🙂
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Niels Vanpachtenbeke Sep 23
Last week I started on a new and exciting chapter in my career. I’m happy to announce I joined the talented team of  and I’m really looking forward to this new adventure! 🚀
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Willem Van Bockstal Sep 23
One of the parts about my job I like best: generating & picking a visual idea to work upon for new stuff our team is working upon. font-size: 0pt 👀
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Spatie Sep 22
Thank you for your kind words 🙏 The order in itself does not matter much. It depends on your personal preference. If we have to choose, we would first read the book and then work with the videos 📖
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Jess Archer Sep 21
I was asked how I'm customising the Jetstream avatar fallback to use instead of , but still fallback to if no Gravatar et al. is found. So here's how I'm depending on two avatar saases 😅
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Brent Sep 22
JIT performance on real life web apps: ±60 requests/second without the JIT vs ±65-70 requests/second with the JIT. There's little to gain in this area.
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Mohamed Said Sep 22
This is an interesting use case of using a combination of the scheduler and queues to perform long running tasks on Lambda. I recommend you read it.
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