Many people use an in-memory SQLite database when running their Laravel feature tests. If you're doing this, chances are you can improve the runtime of your Laravel test suite.
Calling seeders from migrations allows you to ensure data referenced by code always exists in your database.
Here's a quick package you can use to fake the Queue for a specific set of lines in a Laravel test.
You can use Statamic's redirect tag plus a custom blueprint to setup dynamic HTTP redirects on your Statamic website.
One of the major pain points of updating dependencies is the strict version requirements developers place on their packages.
Statamic includes a built-in mechanism for setting up 301 and 302 HTTP redirects.
You can now use CSS transforms right out of the box with TailwindCSS v1.2.
Support for CSS grids has been added to Tailwind v1.2..
TailwindCSS 1.2 adds the ability to apply CSS transitions right out of the box!
By default, when you output content from a field into a template, Statamic will attempt to run that content through the Antlers templating language.
React error boundaries allow you to prevent your React application from completely crashing in the event of an error in your code.
When using Laravel Dusk, you have to ensure you're using the correct Chrome Driver version based on the version of Chrome installed on the machine.
Here's how you can quickly get started with linting your PHP code using the CodeSniffer library.
Learn how to properly unmount React components when using React Hooks.
The following workflow script can be used as a starting point for building and testing a Laravel application with GitHub Actions.