Collision CLI Error Handler is coming to Laravel 5.6

Last Updated at : January 31, 2018 By - Usama Muneer | 1858

    Taylor Otwell will announce the Laravel new 5.6v just after his talk at this year’s Laracon Online. Book your ticket if you haven’t.

    But what’s crazy coming up in the newer version of Laravel is the collision CLI Error handler, which means you’ll get nice error reporting right in your terminal.

    Example

    Below is the small example where I’ve tried running the migrate command in a new Laravel project & it’s now showing this set of errors.

    example

    Its built on top of whoops, framework agnostic & available for use. Head over to the Github repo & show some support for this awesome package.

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    Usama Muneer

    A web enthusiastic, self-motivated & detail-oriented professional Full-Stack Web Developer from Karachi, Pakistan with experience in developing applications using JavaScript, WordPress & Laravel specifically. Loves to write on different web technologies with an equally useful skill to make some sense out of it.

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