Category: laravel homestead

How to Use Laravel Mix in Non-Laravel Projects

If you, like me, just want to get up and running on a project as quickly as possible, you probably don’t want to spend time configuring build tools like Webpack. Laravel Mix solves this problem, and makes asset compiling incredibly easy, but what if you want to use it on a non-Laravel project? This article shows you ...

My Laravel Package Building Workflow

Packages are a really important part of the Laravel experience (just like with any other framework). Whatever we need to do, there’s probably already a package for it out there; ready for a composer require to bring some magic in. Some weeks ago, I had an idea for a new one. I work for AdEspresso, […] Conti...

2FA in Laravel with Google Authenticator – Get Secure!

There are many ways an attacker can get a user’s password. It could happen through social engineering, key logging, or by some other nefarious means. Passwords alone are not enough to protect users from their accounts being compromised, specially if an attacker somehow has their credentials. To get around this s...

Can Symfony Apps Be Fast on Vagrant? Let’s Check with SuluCMS!

In this short tutorial, we’ll set up Sulu and optimize on a Vagrant environment. Why a dedicated tutorial handling this? Besides the fact that Sulu has a rather complex initialization procedure, it is based on Symfony which is infamously slow on virtual machines with shared filesystems, and thus needs additional opti...

Flexible and Easily Maintainable Laravel + Angular Material Apps

In this article, we’re going to set up a Laravel API with Angular Material for the front end. We’re also going to follow best practices that will help us scale with the number of developers working on the project and the complexity behind it. Most tutorials cover this topic from another perspective – they com...