A stateless component is just presentation of the state. It only can render props and it should only do that. A good example is a header component: let’s say we have a header which needs to be styled and displayed especially so we create a header stateless component which would look like this.
Imagine you have a scenario where you need to add multiple actions to your Laravel Notification where you can add as many as button components with different URLs.
Maintaining Database Relationships in Laravel is quite a task but when it comes to nested relationships, things get a bit tangled up to handle.
When it comes to validation in Laravel. Developers often refer to using separate Requests to achieve it. Now for creating and updating, rules might get a little bit tricky. But we've got you covered.
You must be familiar with axios calls for API consumption, but what about getting the files in response and render those files to the user for download. We got your covered, the below snippet is tested and works well.
You may know how to handle file inputs in PHP with cURL, as we've discussed earlier but GuzzleHTTP Client comes for the rescue to overcome messy code and get things done in more cleaner manner.
Handling files while working with APIs are always a pain. While working with API calls, the most common solution is cURL for sure for requesting & receiving data through the valid endpoints.
Database Migrations are no doubt the best thing about Laravel, where your PHP code transforms into SQL with so less effort than usual. But what if you wanted to write a migration for a SQL dump file?
Guzzle is a PHP HTTP Client for sending HTTP requests to APIs. But sending multiple files with a single request sometimes bring on a lot of complexity