In HTML, the attribute name is in all lowercase and is given a string invoking a function defined somewhere: In React, the attribute name is camelCase and are passed the function reference inside curly braces: In HTML, false can be returned to Continue reading What is the difference between HTML and React event handling?
The Laravel team released Laravel 5.8.3 yesterday adding a countBy() collection method and a few protected methods to Laravel framework classes. First, the Collection::countBy method which counts the number of items in a collection by a predicate. By default, the method counts each appearance Continue reading Laravel 5.8.3 Released
Both em and rem units are based on the font-size CSS property. The only difference is where they inherit their values from. em units inherit their value from the font-size of the parent element rem units inherit their value from the font-size of the root element (html) In most browsers, the font-size of the Continue reading What is the difference between em and rem units?
CSS sprites combine multiple images into one image, limiting the number of HTTP requests a browser has to make, thus improving load times. Even under the new HTTP/2 protocol, this remains true. Under HTTP/1.1, at most one request is allowed Continue reading What are the advantages of using CSS sprites and how are they utilized?
Eloquent ORM seems like a simple mechanism, but under the hood, there’s a lot of semi-hidden functions and less-known ways to achieve more with it. First example :: Increments and Decrements Instead of this: $article = Article::find($article_id);
You can do Continue reading Eloquent ORM – Increments and Decrements