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Junior’s first days

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In this post Mohammad Gufran goes through the steps to import Illuminate packages into an existing code base.

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When free coffee is announced at the dev conference.

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When free coffee is announced at the dev conference.

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An old Laravel security vulnerability was brought back to life today and the issue reported was fixed 7 months ago and is not an issue currently. You can see the change here to confirm the strict equality check.

This did bring up some unrelated issues with the remember me functionality and it…

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I recently began to rebuild a legacy application using Laravel. I soon ran into a problem: the passwords stored in the database were using an old SHA hashing mechanism. I didn’t want to bother existing users to enter a new password, so I wanted to easily upgrade the passwords without causing these users any trouble. The problem is that you can’t backtrack their passwords, so just rehashing them isn’t an option. How do you go about doing this? Let me show you what I came up with.

This post covers all the steps needed to rehash passwords in your Laravel App. Another option which I covered a few weeks ago is the password validator package.

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My reaction when the project leader answered : “But security was not in the specifications !”

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"Build a world where your children are stronger than you ever were."
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"Build a world where your children are stronger than you ever were."

- Anonymous

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(via lifeandcode)

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On this site I try to keep a lookout for Laravel packages that seem awesome and that others would enjoy. After looking at so many I decided to write a post on my personal site with some marketing tips for open source products.

I have came across dozens of Laravel specific packages that just from looking at the readme make me want to go, hmm?!? Hopefully this will help those releasing code and at least give you pointers on what to look out for.

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When I see dynamic SQL that builds dynamic SQL that builds dynamic tables

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When I see dynamic SQL that builds dynamic SQL that builds dynamic tables

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To those using a version of Laravel less than 4.1.26, be aware that the next time you composer update, you’ll encounter a breaking change, related to “remember me” cookies. Let’s make the necessary tweaks together.

Yesterday some security issues were reported and promptly fixed but it did cause a breaking change. In this video Jeff covers all you need to know about upgrading.

This is why the Laravel community is awesome!