Again I’ll be writing about the Laravel modules package. This time it’s about adding a custom guard for your Laravel module. It’s not a very common requirement, but it happens from time to time that a custom login is required. Configuration Before we begin we’ll make two configuration files in our module. We will add
Bulma is a really nice CSS framework that I’m using for my current side project. I’m not hiding the fact that I’m way out of my comfort zone doing front end development, so Bulma has helped me tons. But there are always those situations where you have to roll something yourself, so my sass file
Developers are known to have side projects, and I’m no exception to that. I see people launch their stuff, but when I look back on myself, all I see is a trail of unfinished side projects. I’ve had every opportunity to create every single one of them, but it never happened.
I’m currently working on an application which uses the laravel-modules package by nwidart. I have used this package on multiple occasions before, but this time I had to do something new. The modules had to accept custom route overrides. The traditional approach Normally, when you have to override package routes, you need to add the