You sometimes get a jQuery Ajax Error 500. The Homestead /var/logs/error.log will show you nothing and in your laravel.log nothing shows either. Fortunately in your console you did get an
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Laravel Logs are normally decided in config/app.php and your .env file. Let’s go through all the configuration options here and how you can set up logging locally properly as well
To set up Laravel Forge on Custom VPS you need to follow the custom VPS route. First you need to make the VPS Server ready with the operating system of
Most of us will wind up wanting a Laravel Deployer Multiple Hosts setup. You start out development on one test or staging server, but you often need another production server
Laravel Cors setup is quite easy with the awesome package by Barry. There a few basic steps to take and you can deal with Cross Origin Resource Sharing (Not to
To do a Laravel Sync Remote Files to local Homestead Vagrant box you can use rsync. And you should use it over scp or sftp because it is way more efficient.
Homestead SSL & Chrome can be a real pain to make work together. To have Homestead SSL work in Chrome there are a few tweaks you have to make. You
Laravel Vue EventBus vs Props. When should you use properties and when should you use an EventBus? This is not really a Vue / Laravel issue only, but one you
There was a Laravel .env variable loading Issue. We were having issues loading GOOGLE_MAPS_API API keys from .env for our Laravel app. So we tried debugging the loading of the
A Laravel Nginx Wildcard Setup was needed to accommodate the generation of (sub) domains per project. Here the story how we started out and where we ended up at. This
When you get an error 500 screen with a red bar at the top stating Whoops, looks like something went wrong. running your Laravel app you might spend a lot of
When you work with Laravel and need to take care of the actual launch of the web application there tend to be two things you need to take care of.