Universal Unique Identifier (UUID) is a 128-bit string used to uniquely identify objects/resources in computer systems. It also termed as Global Unique Identifier (GUID). The probability of duplicated UUID not zero, but close enough to be zero, to be negligible. We can use UUIDs in Laravel as primary key of records in our database.
Few weeks back, one of my client asked me about the possibility of data encryption of his customers data, stored in database. It would be unusable, even if someone got the dump of those data. But those data should be usable and readable in his existing applications. My client has app built on built on […]
LDAP stands for Lightweight Directory Access Protocol. It is a lightweight client-server protocol for accessing directory services. A directory is similar to database but contains more descriptive and attribute -based information. It is a hierarchical database where data is stored in tree like structure, where leaf node holds the actual data. Microsoft Active Directory, Oracle […]
Artisan is the command-line interface included with Laravel, driven by Symfony Console component. It provides an awesome set of useful and most often used commands to help in app development with Laravel. But it includes the common and widely used command set only, that sometime might not be enough for our app development. For such […]
Deploying laravel application to shared hosting without SSH