In this serial of tutorials we will develop Laravel 5.3 app, which uses built-in authentication and extend it to use Socialite package for social logins. We will develop middleware for user roles, email activation and Re-captcha verification. Frontend code is using Bootstrap 4.
In this tutorial I'll use laravel-backup package from Spatie, to save site files and database to S3 bucket. After backup is uploaded it will notify me via Slack notification. For added security I am creating dedicated IAM role and Inline Policy which will allow access to only that one bucket.
In this Laravel tutorial you will implement new social login via Google+ using Socialite package. First we are creating new application in Google Dev Console and after that we are copying OAuth keys to existing Laravel application.
I often have to code image upload widgets for profile photos or some kind of image editing feature. Each website layout uses custom photo sizes and cropping those image on server side could cause image distortion.
Each developer will inevitably come to the moment when he needs to upload his work to remote server. There are many options how you can accomplish this, you can use some FTP/SFTP client like FileZilla, rsync, scp or Git.
In this tutorial I will create a simple Stripe checkout form. Form will be validated using Parsley.js (front-end validation) and then submitted to the server to create a Stripe customer and after that the customer will be charged with
Chrome is most popular browser, according to this Wikipedia article more than 50% of Internet users are using it. So it has pretty good coverage, and it makes sense to start from it when it comes to browser extensions.
Facebook is the most popular social platform with over 1 billion active users, because of that it makes sense to connect website with it. You can implement Facebook Like or Share, or maybe Facebook comments, whatever you do it will