Thanks to Alex Wulf!
composer require wulfheart/pretty_routes
php artisan route:prettyphp artisan route:pretty --except-path=horizon --method=POST --reverse
When testing Laravel applications, you may wish to “mock” certain aspects of your application so they are not actually executed during a given test.
Instructing the Laravel IOC container to use our mocked instance of the object instead of constructing a real object of a class.
We need a bridge between Mockery and Laravel Service Container.
Laravel > Framework > Src > Illuminate > Foundation > Testing > Concerns there are some traits.
If you have a look at the trait
brew install mailhog
Enable the service via running the command below:
brew services start mailhog# also you can stop it whenever you want using:brew services stop mailhog
This tells Homebrew to setup a background service. Then MailHog is always running on your machine. As long as Homebrew is running, you won’t need to manually start anything, .
Now, you can visit MailHog application under the following in a browser:
I’ve just installed Laravel 8 besides Laravel Breeze and in
auth.php file in the
routes directory, I see how we should import the namespace the of the controllers.
As you see you for declaration the
store action, we have to put a bracket around the controller and the action like below
I just learned about
github1s.com, which allows you to use VS Code in the browser to navigate GitHub repos.
1s after the GitHub domain.
So, to browse the following repo:
This is amazing!
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