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If you prefer reading straight to the point instructions, over watching long and bloaty screencasts, then this is the place for you.

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All repositories are publicly available so that you can examine them, run them, and modify to suit your needs.

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If you have the same content on multiple URLs then the canonical tag is something that you should know about and use it.

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New website for my business

Web development, Internet services and teaching others all things Laravel.

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Multilingual Web Application with Laravel

Ever wondered how to create a web application that supports multiple languages? Learn how to create a database that handles translations, language switcher and localization files.

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Comments

Native comments for your Laravel application.

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Sherlock

Sherlock is a PHP package that provides unique features for markdown.

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Bard

Developer friendly Bard that writes sitemap poetry in xml.

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Creating a Sitemap with Bard 2.0

This version of Bard brings simpler (new) syntax, easier sitemap creation, and it will completely break your application if you have used the older version of Bard before :)

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Laravel on Windows with Homestead

If you are getting started with Laravel and are using Windows, this is the right starting point for you. We will cover everything from installing PHP & Git to using Homestead virtual machine and creating your first blank Laravel application.

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Multilingual Web Application with Laravel:
Model Translations

Handling multilingual models has never been easier.

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Multilingual Web Application with Laravel:
Multilingual CRUD

In this tutorial, we will cover creating, updating, deleting and viewing all multilingual articles.

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Bard 2.0 and Laravel

Using Bard with Laravel is much simpler than before. Let me show you.

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Lumen 5 with Codeception

In this tutorial, I will show you how to replace the default Lumen 5 testing suite with Codeception.

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Coding laravelista.hr from scratch to completion

Watch me create a new website for laravelista.hr with Laravel. This website represents my business Laravelista and contains my portfolio.

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Multilingual Web Application with Laravel:
Authentication and Authorization

Laravel makes implementing authentication very simple. We will implement authentication in our existing application.

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