Category Archives: Laravel

Laravel and CAS, the finale to my auth journey

Quick Background I’m sure most users won’t need to setup CAS, but I work for a college and we use CAS everywhere.  This means, that our custom applications have to as well. I started this journey yesterday, and was able … Continue reading

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The Laravel Service Container, not as scary as you think

Yea, it sounds scary when someone mentions the IoC or Service Container, but it is a really easy and elegant way to store classes, and other data to retrieve later throughout your app. I have a one-database multi-tenant app – … Continue reading

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Learning Laravel: (re)Building against a legacy database

My ConferenSpy rewrite project I mentioned in this post is using the MySQL database that existed for the original – still running and being used by clients – system.  Like the title above implies, I’m learning Laravel and I want … Continue reading

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Learning Laravel: dynamic domain control

EDIT: Fun fact.  Literally about 3 hours after I posted this, I learned this is called Multi-tenancy, which is what I’m describing below and how I achieved it my way as a Laravel newbie.  Now I’m seeing there is a … Continue reading

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