Monday, December 9, 2013

Create Custom Validation with namespace using Laravel 4 (Part 1)

In Laravel 4, there are multiple ways on how to validate your submitted data. The built-in functionality was pretty much complete for your common validation needs. But what if you want something more, something more specific. Today, I'm going to talk about how to setup your Laravel application to cater custom validation.

Wednesday, October 16, 2013

Disable Inspect Element/Source Viewing by mouse click in a website

What if you want to disable source viewing in your site? Disable the right click method? Read on to find out how.

Monday, October 14, 2013

Complete Guide on how to Install Laravel 4 in Linux Ubuntu

Laravel 4 is out! What better way to test it than to install in my computer. I'll be teaching you how to install Laravel 4 in an Ubuntu OS. I like the current website of laravel, very classy. The documentation is more organized and readable. Anyway, let's get started!

Upgrade PHP 5.3.x to 5.4.x in UBUNTU 12.04

I wanted to use the Laravel in Ubuntu. So I decided to upgrade my php to a higher version. My current version was php 5.3 and I wanted to upgrade it to the latest stable at this time which is 5.4.

Saturday, June 8, 2013

Send email from localhost WAMP server using sendmail

Most of applications today are sending email to their subscribers or followers. During development stage, we need to test how this emails will look like. So, today we're going to configure our Wamp server to send an email. Here's the steps to achieve this:

Monday, February 25, 2013

Github for Windows through proxies

If you're using Github for windows in a corporate environment, there may be chances that your company will be implementing corporate firewalls/proxy. I've checked the Github for Windows application and you won't find any proxy setting implementation there. Lucky for you, there is a way to do it.

Friday, January 11, 2013

Laravel - A Clean & Classy framework?

Seems like Laravel is the new buzz now when it comes to PHP framework. I've been using CakePhp and been exposed to Symfony Framework. Now is the time to think of a new framework to add to my arsenals of developer tools. The question is-- Will this be worth the time and effort to test? Is this just a craze of another PHP framework?