Laravel Envoy is a tool that I have been personally using for a long time now. It is very easy to get started with it because of its familiar Blade syntax. As you already know, Blade is used as a templating engine for Views in Laravel. So if you have used Laravel Views before, you will know how the Blade syntax works.
Don't worry, even if you are new to it, it is very easy to get started.
With Envoy, you can do all kinds of stuff on the remote server. You can even use it to control a local machine. The only limitation of it is that it only works on Mac and Linux operating systems.
In this tutorial, I will show you how to quickly write a deployment task for Laravel, and then finally how to split that single task into multiple smaller reusable tasks with a story.
Laravel makes implementing authentication very simple. We will implement authentication in our existing application.
In this tutorial, we will cover creating, updating, deleting and viewing all multilingual articles.
We will implement a way for users to choose a language that they want.
Let's start with the basics. Learn how to change your application locale, write localization files and use translations in your Laravel application.