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Imagine in your app there’s a page with a list of items, and clicking on an item navigates to and item details page. On the details page, you’d like to be able to swipe left to bring up the previous item, or right to bring up the next item. This post aims to provide an implementation for such functionality.
If you’d like to view the source code of Laravel’s validation rules on Github, have a look here Validator.php#L1102.
After a long search through the Laravel Github repositories, I finally had a break and found the link through this Stackoverflow answer. I wanted to see how the framework actually validates integers.
I’ve recently added Spatie’s Laravel Dashboard to a backend admin app and didn’t realize it is configured as a full webpage already, with an opening
<body> all setup.
What if you never have to write the –proxy-config CLI option again when serving your Angular application?
This post might seem trivial but I did spend a good amount of time searching this online just to be sure. So here we are lol.
To set a function parameter or return type as nullable, add a question mark in front of the type declaration.
Today at Switchn we had the need to redirect users by country and browser language on our Netlify hosted site. That is, send those visiting our site from English speaking countries to
/en/ and those from French speaking countries to
/fr/. Also if the user’s browser sends an
accept-language header in the request (e.g.
accept-language: en-US,en;q=0.9), we’d like to take that into consideration too.
I’ve spent like the last 30 minutes searching the web for how to convert dates to human-readable strings with Carbon in PHP/Laravel. Here’s a compilation of a couple of useful Carbon methods for my future self.
I have the following datatable class generated by Infyom’s Laravel Generator:
If your Laravel app uses multiple locales, it can get tedious keeping track of translations that are yet to be added to the appropriate translation files, e.g English translations in
resources/lang/en/validation.php and French translations in
This is a middleware that takes care of setting the app locale to the passed in locale string (e.g
To access an instance of your app’s
App\Http\Kernel class, you can use Laravel’s built in
resolve() helper function:
To specify a default value for Netlify CMS’s
string widget, add the
default property to it’s definition and assign it a value, as follows:
Here’s the best resources I’ve found for configuring syntax highlight with Route in Jekyll: