Composable seeders in Laravel with callOnce
Laravel 9 is fresh out the door, and it contains a small contribution of mine: a new callOnce method for database seeders. It solves a problem with seeders I’ve...
Feb 22nd 2022 • sebastiandedeyne.com
A CLI tool to monitor GitHub Actions
I'm proud to share that our team has launched a new CLI tool called GitHub Actions Watcher. Using this tool, you can monitor the results of all your...
Feb 21st 2022 • freek.dev
A package to automatically discover routes in a Laravel app
I'm proud to announce that our team has released a new package called spatie/laravel-route-discovery. This package can be used to automatically discover and register routes by looking at your...
Feb 9th 2022 • freek.dev
A package to quickly send Slack alerts in a Laravel app
Our team has released a small package called spatie/laravel-slack-alerts. It can be used to send a message to Slack quickly. In this blog post, I'd like to share why...
Jan 21st 2022 • freek.dev
A better error page for Symfony applications
Ignition is the most beautiful error page for PHP apps. Yesterday, we launched a new major version of Ignition - you can check out all the details in
Jan 19th 2022 • freek.dev
Dealing with dependencies
This post was originally sent to my newsletter. I've written a lot about PHP 8.1 these past months. Not just about the release itself, but also about how important...
Jan 19th 2022 • stitcher.io
Ignition, the most beautiful error page for Laravel and PHP, got a major redesign
I'm proud to share that our team has released a new major version of Ignition, the most beautiful error page for Laravel and PHP. It has been redesigned from the...
Jan 18th 2022 • freek.dev
"It's your fault"
I read an intriguing blog post yesterday. It's an old one dating back to 2008, titled "Even if a function doesn’t do anything, you still have to call it...
Jan 15th 2022 • stitcher.io
Twitter home made me miserable
This post was originally sent to my newsletter in November, 2021. I wanted to share it here as well, just to hear some more thoughts. Two months...
Jan 14th 2022 • stitcher.io