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PHP

Policies and Route::apiResource in Laravel

While I’ve been a PHP developer for 20 years, Laravel is a new area for me, and I must say, am as happy as the proverbial pig. But I did encounter a really head-scratching...

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PHP

Deleting data: soft, hard or audit?

For years I have developed web apps with the idea of soft deletes: when data is deleted, it is simply marked as “deleted”, but not actually deleted from the...

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CSS

Exploring Tailwind CSS in Laravel

I’ve been building things for the web since somewhere in the 90s, starting out with GeoCities, static HTML and CSS. Flash forward over 20 years, and the web is,...

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PHP

“Hello, World!” in the real world

“Hello, World!” means something to most programmers – after all, it is most probably the very first thing you wrote code about. I know that my first year...

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PHP

Learning Laravel: extending Laravel’s Auth workflow without re-coding

There’s a project on the horizon and I thought it would be a great candidate for getting my teeth in to Laravel. So I wanted to do some basic ideas that would...

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Policies and Route::apiResource in Laravel

While I’ve been a PHP developer for 20 years, Laravel is a new area for me, and I must say, am as happy as the proverbial pig. But I did encounter a really head-scratching...

Continue reading...

JS

Build vs Buy: The never-ending decision

This article was written for and originally appeared on Blueprint by Tiny. It always feels pretty awesome to buy something. Especially when the delivery guy...

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JS

Working with noneditable content in TinyMCE

This article was written for and originally appeared on Blueprint by Tiny. The noneditable plugin is a core plugin of TinyMCE, and is available to all users,...

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Making the most of templates in TinyMCE

This article was written for and originally appeared on Blueprint by Tiny. When writing content, templates can save users a lot of time, especially when they’re...

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I am the Development Director (and co-owner) at Mity Digital, a Melbourne-based digital agency specialising in responsive web design, custom web development and graphic design.
Mity Digital