This is useful if you need to build a Laravel application that can be run on multiple domains, but you're not sure what those domain names will be yet. For example, you might have a SAAS application that allows users to setup custom domain names on their profiles. Read more.
I have released a public repository on Github where I will be uploading free layouts for anyone to use. There will be at least 1 new layout published every week so be sure to keep checking back, or even consider subscribing to the repository so you don't miss an update. Read more.
I've already introduced this over on my agency's website, Digizu, however I'd like to introduce a new feature that we've just added. Oh, and did I mention it's free?
You can now embed any form or page from Digizu pages directly within your website. Simply create your desired form layout, and copy the embed code directly from the settings tab. Read more.
I have used a lot of blogging platforms or content management systems in the past. Up until a few years ago I was a very big WordPress user, I used it for almost everything.
Then I fell more in love with back-end programming, specifically PHP and the Laravel framework. Since then I've been looking for a blogging alternative that's a good as WordPress but that allows as much customisation as I need.
Then a few weeks ago, one of the main developers of the Laravel framework came out with his own. Wink. Read more.
I created a hatching Dinosaur animation using only CSS - for two reasons. Firstly, why not? I'm always fascinated by how far you can push what's possible in CSS, and one of the best ways to do that is by using animation. Secondly, it was a Codepen challenge a few weeks ago. Read more.