Posts by Author : tgugnani

If you are looking to get rows created each day for a particular Model in your database, here is how you can achieve this. For this example, I have a User model, and I am looking to get the count o...
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If you are running a laravel job in production, and you are trying to seed data into your database table through a job then it might fail since in production db:seed and migration waits for user respo...
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Laravel Eloquent makes it very easy to grab records for different set of conditions. In this short post, let's see how it is to get all the records in your table that are created today, created yester...
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If you are developing and maintaining a Laravel package and if you are looking to install the package in your Laravel application, you can do so by adding the following code in your applications' comp...
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When you're working with database in your Laravel project, and you have a table that is already migrated. Now, if you are looking to add a new column to the database table you cannot just simple edit...
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Here is how you add a foreign key to the migration file of Laravel Let's say you are creating a migration file for comments table, and it a Post model has hasMany relation with the Comment model....
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If you have an existing table in the database and you are working with the Laravel Migration system. Here is how you can add a new migration to add timestamps field i.e. created_at and updated_at fiel...
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I switched to Fathom Analytics from Google Analytics last month. In this post, I am going to review the traffic received in the months of October 2022 on this blog. Traffic Analysis The blog rec...
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Oct 17, 2022

tgugnani

To format a Carbon date to string output, you can use the format function and pass the following parameter $carbonDate->format('l jS \\of F Y h:i:s A'); //Output -> Thursday 25th of Decembe...
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I finally moved a step away from WordPress and now I am using Laravel as the backend for this blog. The blog also got a new frontend design, which is based on Tailwind CSS. Why the move ? I got intr...
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