Documentation (especially good documentation) for an application can make a good application and experience for a client, a great application. Once we as developers complete an application that we have worked and potentially even lost sleep over, will live on well after we stop working on it.
One piece of the Laravel documentation that is somewhat glanced over in my opinion is the ability to customize the payload that is sent out to your Laravel Echo listeners upon new events
As Angular developers, using HTTP POST/GET requests are part of a utilitarian toolset that we use almost on a daily basis. This is one of the things that makes Angular so great
Laravel is currently my PHP framework of choice (in case you couldn't tell) that I look to when building applications. This will most likely change sometime in the future, but it is a
This explains how to deploy a Laravel 5 application to Heroku with additional support for Gulp and Bower to use with Laravel 5's Elixer. This assumes that you already know how to use