Using the power of the Phaser game framework, let's build a classic breakout game!
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Let's dive into the new Laravel 5.5 features, including a mini project on building a 3rd party email address validation class with mistake suggestions.
Repeating stuff like slug generation for your records? Let's clear things up with three different approaches.
Hacking the command line and building a real-time chat with PHP and PubNub.
Placekitten's API generates image placeholders of cute cats in any size for development. Let's rebuild it.
Make dumping objects and other variables beautiful. We'll also look at Slim 3 view integration.
Let's check out the most notable changes in PHP 7.1, with some practical examples.
Baking in authentication that emails the user a magic link to sign in, while allowing for the normal email/password combination flow.
Everything you need to know to get started queueing jobs in Laravel, along with some practical examples.Dive deeper into Laravel queues with the full series! https://www.codecourse.com/library/lessons/laravel-queues
SPL (Standard PHP Library) interfaces and classes make coding easier, and your code a lot more flexible.Interested in more SPL goodness? Check out the full series here: https://www.codecourse.com/library/lessons/spl-interfaces-and-classes
Writing clean code is important. These tips will help you write cleaner, easier to maintain code. Find more tips for cleaner code in the full series: https://www.codecourse.com/library/lessons/tips-for-cleaner-code/cleaning-up-if-statements
A fun challenge using native CSS variables, gradients, the calc() function and a sprinkling of animation.
Here's your guide to sorting arrays. Working up from the basics, we dive into more complex and useful examples. Want to master arrays? Check out the full series: https://www.codecourse.com/library/lessons/arrays-are-everything
Every week we sit down and have a chat about different topics. Grab a cup of tea and join me.
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