In this post I will go over how to use nested queries in Laravel v5.2 and also cover some different situations in which they come in handy.
In this post, I'll go over how to use MySQL CASE within Laravel v5.2 queries, give some use cases and also give some examples for my copy-paste homies. After working with this for a little while now, it has been a game changer in situations where I need to normalize data in the application I currently work with. Hopefully it does some game changing for you as well.
Yeah buddy!! I am happy to announce v1.2 of the php-d3-lib has been released and merged into the master branch. The highlights: Cleaner code formatting Updated DocBlocks and documentation throughout Added a simple sunburst chart and an advanced sunburst chart added an example for exporting the generated chart as a PNG and/or DataUrl Updated the […]
I have to be honest with you: semantic highlighting for PHP has changed my coding life. I am very much spoiled by it now and you know what, I don’t mind at all. There I said it. I am definitely a code snob now and I am perfectly ok with it. I am also much […]
Woot! I am happy to report that Php-d3-lib v1.1 has been rolled out. v1.1 includes: a brand new simple line graph option with tool tips all existing graphs and charts updated to D3.js v4 all graphs and charts updated with the “autosize” option so graphs will size to their container on load and screen resize […]