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Super Collection of 4 Cheat Sheets

Published 2 weeks ago 1 Min Read 369 comments
Super Collection of 15 Cheat Sheets ➤ HTML ➤ CSS ➤ JavaScript ➤ SQL These are all handcrafted by me and will definitely make you a 100% better web developer.
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15 Best Terminal Commands That You Should Know

Published 2 weeks ago 5 Min Read 350 comments
As a developer, they are working with SSSL(Server Site Scripting Language), Programming languages, and other languages and software too. So, they work with a terminal which is a tool, that gives information about your pc, allowing unknown sources, etc. Terminal wants a particular command to run and there are lots of commands are available to use. Here, you can see the one of best commands for a terminal. So, let's see the commands for the terminal.
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Artisan down and maintenance page customisation in Laravel

Published 2 weeks ago 4 Min Read 105 comments
We often require maintenance to be done for our project. Laravel provides easy commands for the same. Using “artisan down” we put our Laravel application on maintenance After executing
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MySQL cheatsheet

Published 2 weeks ago 5 Min Read 39 comments
MySQL cheatsheet
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The Ultimate HTML 5 Cheat Sheet

Published 2 weeks ago 1 Min Read 188 comments
WPKube has prepared an extensive, up-to-date, ultimate cheat sheet on HTML 5— it includes all the tags listed in alphabetical order. We also included the availability of the tag from the previous HTML 4 version for comparison. On the other hand, this cheat sheet also includes a list of event attributes supported in both HTML 4 and 5 versions, for cross-referencing. We also compiled the different desktop and mobile support and compatibility specifications for HTML 5 on different browsers. There are new interoperable implementations made possible through HTML 5. Now, HTML 5 has the capability to extend, rationalize, and even improve markup available for web documents. Moreover, it can handle complex web applications through new markups and by handling Application Programming Interfaces, commonly known as API. HTML 5 is also mobile-friendly; its features were designed with cross-platform integrations in mind. We hope that with this ultimate cheat sheet, you’d be able to recall or re-master the different markups that has already been updated from HTML 4 to HTML 5. HTML 5 can help designers use cleaner markups that are consistent and uniform, create elegant forms, and work with rich media elements.
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Linux Command Line Cheat Sheet

Published 2 weeks ago 7 Min Read 292 comments
Linux Command Line Cheat Sheet
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Laravel cheat sheet

Published 2 weeks ago 24 Min Read 262 comments
Laravel cheat sheet Project commands
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Laragon

Published 2 weeks ago 2 Min Read 191 comments
I was using Xampp for local development until about a year ago when I found Laragon & I haven't looked back since. This is seriously the most powerful local development tool I have in my entire "developer toolkit". I started working for a new company about 2 months ago & their entire team was using various setups for local dev and were always encountering problems. Setting up a new project locally was always a nightmare for them due to mysql version conflicts, having to change php versions, etc. When I introduced Laragon to them, they were amazed at how easy it was to install, maintain and how flexible it was to update/switch their dependencies. My manager told me that since the team has started using Laragon for local dev, project setup time has gone down from an average of 6 HOURS, to less than 30 mins. AMAZING.
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Polymorphic Relationships Laravel Eloquent Relationships

Published 2 weeks ago 1 Min Read 444 comments
A polymorphic relationship allows the child model to belong to more than one type of model using a single association. For example, imagine you are building an application that allows users to share blog posts and videos. In such an application, a Comment model might belong to both the Post and Video models.
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Quick & Easy Ways to Speed - Laravel Website

Published 3 weeks ago 2 Min Read 152 comments
Quick & Easy Ways to Speed - Laravel Website Open up your composer.json file and look through each of your dependencies. For each of your dependencies, ask yourself "do I really need this package?". Your answer is mostly going to be yes, but for some of them it might not be.
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How to Install Bootstrap 5 in Laravel 9 With Vite

Published 3 weeks ago 9 Min Read 510 comments
Bootstrap is a free and open-source web development framework. It’s designed to ease the web development process of responsive, mobile-first websites by providing a collection of syntax for template designs. In other words, Bootstrap helps web developers build websites faster as they don’t need to worry about basic commands and functions. It consists of HTML, CSS, and JS-based scripts for various web design-related functions and components. Bootstrap 5 is the newest version of Bootstrap.
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Install Laravel Valet Linux+ development environment on Ubuntu System

Published 3 weeks ago 5 Min Read 324 comments
The official Laravel Valet development environment is great if you are an Apple user. But there is no official Valet for Linux or Window system. But we have two different versions of the Valet for Linux system created by the community. These are: cpriego/valet-linux (Valet Linux) genesisweb/valet-linux-plus (Valet Linux+) If we compare both, Valet Linux+ has more features. For example, it provides MySQL database handling from command-line, MailHog, Redis, Sharing Sites on LAN, Securing Sites With TLS (HTTPS), etc. So, In this article, I will show you how to install valet-linux-plus in your Ubuntu system. Requirements
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How To Install MySQL on Ubuntu 22.04

Published 3 weeks ago 15 Min Read 96 comments
MySQL is an open-source database management system, commonly installed as part of the popular LAMP (Linux, Apache, MySQL, PHP/Python/Perl) stack. It implements the relational model and uses Structured Query Language (better known as SQL) to manage its data.
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How To Install Linux, Apache, MySQL, PHP (LAMP) stack on Ubuntu 22.04

Published 3 weeks ago 31 Min Read 163 comments
Introduction A “LAMP” stack is a group of open source software that is typically installed together in order to enable a server to host dynamic websites and web apps written in PHP. This term is an acronym which represents the Linux operating system with the Apache web server. The site data is stored in a MySQL database, and dynamic content is processed by PHP. In this guide, you’ll set up a LAMP stack on an Ubuntu 22.04 server.
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