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Best Practices for Code Review and Pull Requests. Insights from Developers

November 16th, 2021, posted in tech_stuff
by Cristina

Best Practices for Code Review and Pull Requests. Insights from Developers

We’ve been asked how we do code review at UPDIVISION and what the best practices are. It was a great opportunity to collect some insights on pull requests and code review from developers.
How we learned to stop worrying and love pull request templates. And why you should too.

June 5th, 2019, posted in tech_stuff
by Alin

How we learned to stop worrying and love pull request templates. And why you should too.

If you`re like us, you probably love coding, but hate the grunt work. That`s one of the reasons we picked up pull request templates as a simple tool to improve our workflow. And you should too.
How to Deploy Laravel on Amazon Web Services: A Detailed Step-by-step Tutorial

November 25th, 2018, posted in tech_stuff
by Cristian

How to Deploy Laravel on Amazon Web Services: A Detailed Step-by-step Tutorial

Wondering how to deploy Laravel apps on Amazon Web Services? Read this guide.
How to deploy Laravel on google compute engine on LINUX

August 27th, 2018, posted in tech_stuff
by Indra

How to deploy Laravel on google compute engine on LINUX

A step by step, comprehensive, guide for deploying Laravel on google compute engine on LINUX
Laravel e-commerce from scratch?  Ain't nobody got time for that.

August 2nd, 2018, posted in tech_stuff
by Diana, Paul

Laravel e-commerce from scratch? Ain't nobody got time for that.

Use Laravel eStarter instead. This story is about our decision to ditch e-commerce CMSs such us Magento or Prestashop and instead create something in Laravel
How to deploy a Laravel web app on Google App Engine

March 13th, 2018, posted in tech_stuff
by Indra

How to deploy a Laravel web app on Google App Engine

A step by step, comprehensive, guide for deploying fast and easy your Laravel web project on Google App Engine.
Three ways to fix the https error for .dev and .app domains in your Chrome

December 20th, 2017, posted in tech_stuff
by Indra

Three ways to fix the https error for .dev and .app domains in your Chrome

The latest Chrome update made a requirement to use https for all .dev and .app domains. We'll show you three ways to fix this.
Homestead Grasshopper adds sites automatically to Laravel Homestead

November 28th, 2017, posted in tech_stuff
by Diana

Homestead Grasshopper adds sites automatically to Laravel Homestead

Homestead Grasshopper is a script that automatically adds sites in the Laravel Homestead (Vagrant) environment and “hosts” file.
How to quickly deploy your Laravel website or app on Heroku

October 26th, 2017, posted in tech_stuff
by Alin

How to quickly deploy your Laravel website or app on Heroku

A practical guide on how to painlessly deploy Laravel apps on Heroku and avoid hours of agony and frustration.
Creating Laravel 5 Packages for dummies

September 25th, 2017, posted in tech_stuff
by Cristian T

Creating Laravel 5 Packages for dummies

Unfortunately, Laravel 5's documentation on how to create a package is an introduction at best. It’s important to read it, but it’s not a step-by-step guide to creating your first package. So we wrote this one for you.