Gilbert Pellegrom takes a look behind the scenes to see how Laravel Valet works and what is going on in the background when you run Valet commands.
Laravel Vapor, a full-featured serverless management and deployment dashboard for PHP/Laravel powered by AWS, was recently announced. Features include on-demand auto-scaling with “zero server maintenance.”
Tom McFarlin proposes some interesting and practical benefits to employees who work for WordPress (or development/coding) companies. Tom’s first suggestion about a subscription to a particular WordPress news service seems like a great way to start off the list 🙂 . Also don’t forget to check out Tom’s guide to using Laravel Valet for WordPress development.
PhpStorm is a full-featured IDE that has somewhat of a cult following amongst the WordPress developers I follow. Made by JetBrains, it’s notable for being lighter weight than most IDEs, web development specific (though not just PHP as the name implies), and very customizable. Today, they’ve announced official support for managing WordPress projects. According to the…
In this episode, Sarah and Brian discuss how they do WordPress news, manage working remotely, and handle family life.
Eric Barnes — creator of Laravel News — posts how he uses WordPress as a backend for his Laravel application. He rebuilt the Laravel News site using WordPress as his publishing interface. This is precisely the kind of thing that I’d love to see more examples of (there’s a list of V2 API implementations if you know of more)….
WP Curve reminds me of Elto (formerly Tweaky), except it’s based on monthly fees versus one-off pricing. Dan Norris and Alex McClafferty started WP Curve recently, and Dan notes in this great interview with Brian Casel that WP Curve is up to thirty monthly customers. I loved this interview because it really highlights the challenges…