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 🚨

Watch the video here.

I’m very happy to say that Tom and I finally launched PHP GitHub Sponsors, a package for PHP to interact with the GitHub Sponsors GraphQL API.

Read the full announcement here: https://driesvints.com/blog/launching-php-github-sponsors

This weekend I set out to introduce support for @github’s dark mode in the SVG logos of our repositories at @laravelphp.

I failed.

Here’s why: https://driesvints.com/blog/investigating-dark-mode-for-svgs-in-github-readmes

tl;dr: media queries in SVG’s are tricky and referencing outside data attributes isn’t possible.

I’m happy to say that Blade Icons is finally hitting its first major stable version.

Read the full blog post here: https://driesvints.com/blog/releasing-blade-icons-v1.0

I wrote a short bit about the new release for Blade Icons. Hope ya’ll enjoy this one!

📖 Post: https://driesvints.com/blog/the-new-blade-icons-release
🤖 Repo: https://github.com/blade-ui-kit/blade-icons

Yesterday I dived into Prettier and PHP CS Fixer for my projects. So I decided to write a quick blog post on the subject.

https://driesvints.com/blog/code-style-formatting-with-github-actions/

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.

https://driesvints.com/blog/the-beauty-of-single-action-controllers/

I wrote a short piece about some of the different ways you could take to test Laravel Cashier.

https://driesvints.com/blog/testing-cashier/

👨‍🎨 A package to easily make use of the Heroicons built by @steveschoger & @adamwathan in your Laravel Blade views.

📖 Blog post: https://driesvints.com/blog/blade-heroicons/
🤖 Repository: https://github.com/driesvints/blade-heroicons

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…

Dries Vints

I work for Laravel, maintain Laravel.io and organise Full Stack Belgium and Full Stack Europe.

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