Nearly every application in existence requires some form of configuration. After all, no two instances of the same app are exactly the same. The "tried and true" (read "quick and dirty") way of doing this has conventionally been with arrays. This works well for most basic configuration values of scalar types, however, sometimes it may be necessary to configure complex objects.
As a PHP developer I often find myself having to run executable files installed to a project via Composer (e.g.
psysh, etc.). These binary files typically reside in
vendor/bin relative to the root of a project and in order to run these binary files from the project root I would need to
cd into the
vendor/bin directory first or type out the relative path (e.g.
vendor/bin/php-cs-fixer fix) every time I wanted to run one of these executables.
I'm excited to announce the immediate availability of Directory Lister 3 Beta for testing and feedback. Everyone is encouraged to download the Directory Lister 3 beta and start testing today. Head on over to beta.directorylister.com to get started.
We've all been there... banging our heads against a wall for 20 minutes wondering why our app isn't working before we realize we forgot to seed our database when running migrations. Okay, easy fix:
$ php artisan migrate --seed Migration table created successfully. Migrating: 1996_02_27_123456_create_pokemon_table Migrated: 1996_02_27_123456_create_pokemon_table Seeding: PokemonSeederReflectionException : Class PokemonSeeder does not exist