This section contains articles that allow you to quickly solve simple problems facing a Laravel developer. These materials were created while learning Laravel as short instructions, in the form of simple recipes, to speed up the start of work with a particular project. When using these materials, it should be borne in mind that different projects use their own settings and different environments. Based on this, when using data from these publications, corrections should be made for those framework settings that are available at the time of the need to implement them.
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Recent articles on working with Laravel:
I had to pleasure of interviewing Taylor Otwell as the first artisan in the new “The Artisan Files” series here on Laravel News. I was going to write an introduction, but if you use Laravel I’m sure you already know who he is.
Laravel 5.4 made a change to the default database character set, and it’s now
utf8mb4 which includes support for storing emojis. This only affects new applications and as long as you are running MySQL v5.7.7 and higher you do not need to do anything.