Today I will introduce you with a great day-to-day used tool for quick code testing in the online environment. Introducing Laravel Playground. You can do anything as you want in a Laravel project. A Great tool indeed to grow your productivity. What is Laravel Playground? Laravel Playground is a sandbox for your Laravel code and […]
When a feature branch finished using git flow then it may still in the local branch on another developer machine. So to keep updated your local branches with remote branches you need to clean up your local branches that aren’t on the remote. Follow this to clean up & get synced with the remote origin […]
If you want to move a complete commit from one repository to another (and you don’t want to add it as a remote), you can use these steps: Create a patch In the source repository, create a patch based on the commit by running git format-patch SHA1_OF_COMMIT~..SHA1_OF_COMMIT Example – git format-patch c2d42a0583481652ce037b899beef45d9858b98f~..c2d42a0583481652ce037b899beef45d9858b98f (note the ~).This will […]
To test the mail configuration of Laravel. Follow this simple steps – SSH into the server Run the tinker Artisan command to enter the Tinker environment Run this following command If tinker shows successful then check mail to ensure mail received properly. Otherwise tinker will throw error. Follow the error to solve the mail configuration.
While starting a project, you must follow some best practices. It can be naming convention, branching, git-flow, issue tracking, commit message, pull request and so on. Today I will let you know the most & important one that we overlooked every time we started a project. Project Naming Convention Creating a repository requires a project […]