I recently did a livestream about Laravel’s release process. We do these releases each week and quite a bit of people have asked me to show me how we tackle them. In this video you’ll follow along with the process involved. We even have a small emergency to solve while we’re at it 🚨
Read the full announcement here: https://driesvints.com/blog/launching-php-github-sponsors
tl;dr: media queries in SVG’s are tricky and referencing outside data attributes isn’t possible.
I wrote a short bit about the new release for Blade Icons. Hope ya’ll enjoy this one!
In light of the discussion of last Friday I wrote a more longer piece on why I use Single Action Controllers and think that they are a thing of beauty.
I recently set up Github Actions for Laravel.io so I thought I’d share what it takes to set up a Continuous Delivery pipeline with Github Actions. First, before we continue, I suggest you read this excellent blog post by my buddy Freek Van der Herten where he already explains Github…