I’m still new to Laravel but I’m filing this away to review later.
So this is where preloading comes into play: it will not only compile source files to opcodes, but also link related classes, traits and interfaces together. It will then keep this “compiled” blob of runnable code — that is: code usable by the PHP interpreter — in memory.
Sounds like this is going to be awesome even if it’s hard to setup.
isset()is a variadic function that can accept any number of parameters at once to achieve the same effect, confirming if all of the passed variables are set.
Not sure when I would use this but it’s interesting how many hoops you have to jump through to get it working.
I like this metaphor and it’s a great way to look at things. I’ve also been part of teams were people didn’t know there was a better way and had to be shown a better way.
I’ve suffered from eye strain in the past (and occasionally now) and there are some good suggestions here. I’m a fan of not running all my screens at full brightness.
Laravel Vapor seems like it’s going to be really awesome for small projects and I wish I could take advantage of it. :-)
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