Creating composer packages inside Laravel

Laravel package development

Writing modular code has always been a key point for me when I do development for my own internal project and when I am working on a project in my office. And creating composer package is the best way to ensure that our code is modular and can be not only used by us but others in the community as well. So, in this series, I am going to start from the very beginning of how to create a package inside a Laravel installation to finally publishing it to packagist.

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Setting up a Laravel application inside an Amazon EC2 instance along with VPC setup

Consider a situation where you have developed an application in Laravel and now you want to host it. Shared hosting is really going to be a painful thing to do considering there is limited to no shell access. And many developers may not know the entire inert of how to setup apache, ec2 with ubuntu etc and get started. So in this video, I am going to show you how you can go ahead and setup your Laravel application along with all the necessary tools inside an EC2 instance created inside a Virtual Private Cloud in Amazon Web Services.

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Getting started with Vue.js

Get started with Vue.js

There are many javascript frameworks available for front end development. Each has it’s own set of unique features. But one which really attracted me is Vue.js. I recently started learning Angular2 and Vuejs simultaneously and I found it very easy to work with Vuejs. In fact, I am really loving development with Vuejs. In this tutorial, I will show you how we can create a very basic Todo app and learn the basics of Vue.js.

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View Composers in Laravel and their advantages

In this tutorial, I am going to show you how to use View Composers in Laravel to create views which are independent. We map the view with a class which provides the required data for the view to render and so, we don’t need to pass any additional data through the controller while rendering the view. So, without wasting much time let’s dig into the code.

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