We finally get to the last and quite possibly the most important part when creating a Laravel 5 package: putting it online. It would be a real shame if all the effort we put into creating our package ended up offline. Although it wouldn’t be a complete waste, it
Update: Tagging and pushing to Github has been added to this article. In Part 1 of this post, we learned how to set up a new Laravel 5 package called Enchance/Bleh which included creating a Service Provider file, a Config file, and the package’s main class file.
For those who’ve been living under a rock, Twig is a popular PHP templating engine like Smarty or Mustache. Highly prized in the community for its speed, inheritance capabilities, and added extendability for advanced users, Twig has since transcended itself into many PHP frameworks such as Laravel and Drupal. Unlike other
If you ever thought there could be a much better way to keep reusing your code over several projects and thought of molding your code into a package then you’re on the right track. For seasoned Laravel developers, creating a package is easy-peasy, but