The BaseCode Podcast is a collection of mini-series discussions between Jason McCreary and Jess Archer on practices for writing less complex, more readable code, testing, and building products.
30: Laravel 8 Streamlines
In this episode, JMac and Jess finish the mini-series on streamlining code within your Laravel applications by reviewing some of the new features in Laravel 8 which help you write less complex, more readable code.
29: Additional Laravel Streamlines
In this episode, JMac and Jess discuss some of the additional ways outside of Models, Views, and Controllers to streamline your Laravel applications.
28: Modernizing your views
In this episode, JMac and Jess discuss ways to modernize your views which make the code less complex and more readable.
27: Obese models and declarative code
In this episode, JMac and Jess discuss how we structure our models, especially when they become fat, and attempt to define declarative versus imperative code.
26: Streamline your controllers
In this episode, JMac and Jess discuss generating ebooks and 3 ways to tidy up and streamline controllers in your Laravel applications
25: Illuminate your OOP
In this episode, JMac and Jess discuss some traditional object oriented programming practices which may or may not have a place within Laravel.
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Great insights to improve your code
If you're in the PHP/Laravel world very much you've probably already heard about Jason McCreary. He created a very neat tool called Larave Shift. It does most of the heavy lifting to migrate your Laravel application to a newer version of Laravel. He's already a big proponent of code readibility. You should definitely checkout his BaseCode Field Guide. This podcast is a great opportunity to get access to his insights in small audio chunks. I didn't know Jess Archer before this podcast but look forward to hearing more from her. The two hosts seem to be meshing better as the season progresses and the episodes go down pretty well. Perhaps we'll soon get a website that supports the concepts they discuss.