The Laravel Podcast brings you Laravel and PHP development news and discussion. Season 4 consists of guest interviews by Matt Stauffer talking about a new topic in the Laravel community for each episode.
Queues, with Mohamed Said
Some times events, jobs, and queues can feel a bit overwhelming, and sometimes they can feel so simple it feels like you're doing it wrong.
Mohamed Said is not just the expert on how queues work, he's the expert on thinking how best to use them and how best not to use them. In this episode we talk about how to use queues, and how to think in a way that makes sense for queues, and we also take a quick dive into Laravel's event system.
Security, with Rizqi Djamaluddin
It's every application developer's nightmare: your app gets hacked and everyone's private data is out in the open, and it's your fault.
Thankfully, Laravel and the tools it brings have the best security practices baked in. But a framework can only save us from so much.
In this episode, security advocate and UX Designer (the UX part matters! Listen to find out why) talks about what Laravel gives us by default, how to write code that plays nicely with Laravel's built-in security tooling, and other helpful tools and practices that can keep you, your apps, and your clients secure.
Helpers & Collections, with Jacob Baker-Kretzmar
Laravel's Collections were popularized by Adam Wathan's book "Refactoring to Collections", but if you haven't read the book you may be left wondering exactly what they are and how we work with them. And you've likely seem some of the common global helpers—app(), auth()—but there are dozens that even the most experienced Laravel programmers don't always know about! In this episode helper & collection afficionado Jacob Baker-Kretzmar walks us through both sets of tools and some of his favorite ways to work with them.
Mail and Notifications, with Wilbur Powery
Laravel has two primary notification systems: Mail and Notifications. What do each do? How do you use them? When should you use one or the other? Active community member and Wilbur group programmer WIlbur Powery joins us to talk about these two key systems
APIs, with Jess Archer
We all interact with APIs, even if we don't write them, right? The APIs that power our mobile apps, the APIs we use in our code. But Jess Archer wants you to know there's a whole wide world of what API even means, broader than we usually use it... but then we'll also get down to the real details about the best practices for writing web-based RESTish APIs in Laravel.
Storage, with Frank de Jonge
Laravel offers two systems for accessing the filesystem: the File facade and the Storage facade. The Storage facade wraps a package called "Flysystem", and in this episode Flysystem creator Frank de Jonge talks about how Laravel's storage and file systems work and talks about some best practices for working with them.
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Great podcast for any Laravel developer
Full of good information, wit, personality and not overwhelming. Never would of thought I’d learn so much about code without seeing any.
I’ve been loving Season 4. So packed full of hidden gems in laravel.
Great source for catching the vision on Laravel
This podcast is a great way to hear firsthand from the leading developers and influencers of Laravel. Learn about where it came from, where it is heading as a leading Rapid Application Development Framework for websites, APIs, SaaS Apps etc.