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1052. How to Use Laravel Tinker Commands to Become a More Productive PHP Developer

Laravel is a popular framework that grows with the collaboration of many PHP developers who create excellent components and tools. The work of the Laravel community helps to increase the opportunities for all developers who use the resources provided by the Laravel developersí community.

Laravel Tinker is one of the components that improves the lives of many PHP developers who use Laravel. The fact is that Laravel Tinker allows developers to use an interactive shell to run PHP commands inside their applications. Laravel Tinker enables developers to inspect values to find and fix issues faster that the application may have.

Read this article to learn more about Laravel Tinker and how you can use it to improve your daily work productivity when you are developing applications based on Laravel.


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1. How Can PHP Execute Shell Commands and Process the Results in a Simple Way

Blog: Phell Friendly PHP Shell Commands package blog
Package: Phell Friendly PHP Shell Commands

Sometimes applications need to use separate programs to implement a necessary functionality to execute an important task for the application users.

PHP can easily execute separate programs as if they run from the command line shell. However, processing the results of certain types of commands can be a complicated task.

This package provides a solution to simplify the processing of the results returned by certain commands by parsing those results and return an array that is easier for the applications to handle.


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1. How to Store and Retrieve PHP Locale Settings to Personalize the Site Messages According to Each User Language

Blog: OnTime PHP Multi Language trait package blog
Package: OnTime PHP Multi Language trait

Many applications need to support multiple languages to be used by people who understand only their native languages.

Therefore applications need to keep track what is the language that each user prefers.

This package provides a solution that can store in a database the language that each user will see the application texts.


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1. How You can use a PHP Slug Creator to Generate Readable Web Page URLs in English and Other Languages

Blog: PHP Slugify package blog
Package: PHP Slugify

A slug is a text that is often used in URLs to make them more readable for the users.

Usually, this is done by replacing non-ASCII characters with equivalent characters that users can read in the way the characters should sound.

There are many solutions to create a slug text. This package provides a more flexible solution that allows developers to customize how each character is mapped to other characters in the slug text.

This solution may be better when applications need to create slug texts that need to be readable by users that only understand other languages besides English.


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4. How to Create a PHP Appointment Calendar

Blog: Ladder PHP package blog
Package: Ladder PHP

Appointment calendars are very important to professionals and other people that want to participate in work sessions or other types of events that will happen in a specific day or time, so they do not forget those commitments.

PHP can be used to used to create and manage such type of calendars. Read this tutorial to learn how you can create appointments calendars in PHP with many nice features using the Ladder package.


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1. How to Discover What is the PHP Fastest Array Sort Method

Blog: PHP Sorting Algorithms Benchmarker package blog
Package: PHP Sorting Algorithms Benchmarker

There are many ways to sort arrays, so they can present the data inside them in a way that is more convenient for the kind of processing that applications need to perform.

This package can help developers determining what can be the best method to sort arrays by testing each of the supported method by the package.

Then it can return information about the speed of processing of each of the methods to help developers deciding which is the best method for their purposes.


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1. How Can PHP Run SQL Query Just By Accessing a Class Variable

Blog: Queasy DB package blog
Package: Queasy DB

Many applications need to perform database queries to store and retrieve the information that they need to execute their tasks.

The traditional solutions to perform database queries require that developers assemble the SQL query strings combining any parameter values that may be necessary to compose the final SQL query strings.

This package provides a much simpler solutions that just requires accessing class variables to assemble and run the SQL queries that need to be executed.


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1. How to Implement a PHP Image Edge Detection to Find Shapes using the Redstart Graphic BoxAction Classes

Blog: Redstart Graphic Library package blog
Package: Redstart Graphic Library

Many people take pictures of other people, animals or objects that are important to the person that take the pictures.

Finding the edges of those people, animals or object may be useful to create contour lines around them or to create image clips cutting the image following the lines that connect the edges.

Read this short article to learn how to find the edges of images using the Redstart Graphic library package capabilities to detect those edges using builtin filter classes.


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1. How to Develop More Efficient Applications Using PHP Asynchronous Programming with Micro-Services and React PHP or Swoole

Blog: Crow PHP Web Framework package blog
Package: Crow PHP Web Framework

Asynchronous programming is a modern approach to develop applications that can make a more efficient use of the CPUs used in the machines on which the applications are running.

There are several solutions to implement asynchronous programming in PHP, like for instance Reach PHP and Swoole.

This package implements a framework that takes advantages of these asynchronous programming solutions to implement Web applications based on micro-services.


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2. How to Limit the Number of Class Objects using PHP Singleton and Multiton Design Patterns

Blog: TonTon PHP Singleton Trait New Generation package blog
Package: TonTon PHP Singleton Trait New Generation

Singleton and multiton are software design patterns that can be used to limit the number of objects a given class that can be created within the life time of current PHP script.

These design patterns are very useful for PHP developers in certain circumstances.

Read this article to learn why the singleton and multiton can be useful in PHP projects and how you can use them in general purpose project and in particular in WordPress projects.


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