How to Create a Laravel Helper

To begin with, I would rather let the Laravel official site speak about helpers. Laravel includes a variety of global « helper » PHP functions. Many of these functions are used by the framework itself; however, you are free to use them in your own applications if you find them convenient. So, basically, helpers in Laravel are…

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How to Build a User Tour With Shepherd in JavaScript

What You’ll Be Creating Introduction Regardless how simple we try to make our web applications, it’s often helpful to guide new users through their first experience. Visual tours are likely the easiest way. If you’ve followed my Envato Tuts+ Building Your Startup With PHP series, you’re familiar with Meeting Planner. After watching users scheduling their…

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How Board Portals Became Mainstream Technology

In case you haven’t used the technology yourself, but only heard about it, a board portal is similar to an app, designed for the purpose of facilitating communication between the people who sit on boards of directors. They’re used to distribute board books, allow directors to review materials anywhere, online or offline, prepare for meetings…

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Google a traité 180 000 rapports de spam en 2016

Google a publié dernièrement quelques statistiques sur son traitement du webspam (spamdexing) l’année dernière. Spam reports, actions manuelles et messages dans la Search Console ont fait leur office en 2016… Google a publié sur son blog pour webmasters des statistiques concernant sa lutte contre le spam en 2016, et notamment en ce qui concerne le…

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Getting to Know and Love Xdebug

It’s been 15 years since Xdebug first came out. We think this is the perfect opportunity to re-introduce it to the world, and explain how and why it does what it does. Xdebug is a PHP extension (meaning it needs to be compiled and installed into a PHP installation) which provides the developer with some…

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Getting Started With Chart.js: Scales

In the last four tutorials, you have learned a great deal about Chart.js. After reading the first four tutorials, you should now be able to customize the tooltips and labels, change the fonts, and create different chart types. One aspect of Chart.js that has not been yet covered in this series is scales. Scales have…

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