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Complete Web Scraping toolkit for PHP

Roach PHP is a complete web scraping toolkit for PHP. Not only does it handle the crawling of web content, but it also provides an entire pipeline to process scraped data, making it an all-in-one resource for scraping web pages with…

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Creating Your Own PHP Helpers in a Laravel Project

Laravel provides many excellent helper functions that are convenient for doing things like working with arrays, file paths, strings, and routes, among other things like the beloved dd() function. You can also define your own set of helper functions for your Laravel applications and…

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Larastan v1.0 Released

Larastan is a development dependency that adds static analysis to Laravel, improving developer productivity and code quality. At the core, it’s a PHPStan wrapper for Laravel and helps you find errors in your code through static analysis. It helps catch bugs before…

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Things I Didn’t Know About SQS

When it comes to queues, the AWS SQS service is a great option. It’s super cheap, super reliable, and can scale higher than most of us will ever need. In general, I’m a fan of any service I don’t have to manage…

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