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Hello! It’s my learning note of Laravel, and it’s still unorganised, so I’m sorry that there is not a English version yet.

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Hello! It’s my learning note of TypeScript, and it’s still unorganised, so I’m sorry that there is not a English version yet.

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This page is my learning note on Sequelize, and it’s unorganised, so currently there is no English version.

Introduction

This is the notes I take during my learning, and it’s still unorganised, so there will no be English version of this article

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This article is a learning record of Laravel, mainly about how to use Laravel blade. Here are some points:

  1. Create and reuse template
  2. Use yield and section
  3. Pass data to view
  4. What {{ }} does for us?

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Introduction

Here is about this article:

  1. Send Email with Laravel Queue
  2. Use AWS SQS

So why do we need to use queue?
When we execute some jobs that require longer time, like sending Emails, or uploading photos or videos, let users to wait until the jobs are completed is just not so practical.
So when users request some time consuming jobs, we need to use queue to line them, and execute them on the background, and so the users could be released from current request immediately.

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This article is my learning log of saving images and resize it afterwards with Laravel and its package Internention

Install package Intervention

Please refer to the installing guide on its official GitHub

composer require intervention/image

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In this article, I'm going to share how to get user information from Facebook by submitting a token with PHP SDK, which is got by providing user a login page with JaveScript code.

Go to FB develop page, and sign up, and then go to console and add a new application

In the user information, copy App key and App secret

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Open Task Scheduling file

Open yourProjectName/app/Console/Kernel.php

Config your schedule

Here is a schedule example

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  1. Apply for AWS SES (simple email service)
  2. Create an user, and SES full accessible policy, along with the access key and secret key.
  3. Go to AWS console, click email address option on left side, and verify your email.

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