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Sources Our Team Use to Keep Abreast of Laravel Developments

Keeping up to date has never been easy, but it’s getting much more convenient with a list of sources in which you can find all the necessary and up-to-date information. In this article we’ll show you what we usually read to enhance our own experience and get better at working with Laravel. (

The most popular source of news about Laravel is its official developers’ blog. You can find all the up-to-date news and articles about the current version of the framework on this information-packed site. This will probably be your main source of information about the Laravel framework. (

Another popular resource is Medium. This site is particularly helpful if you’re looking for step-by-step instructions on how to make the most out of the Laravel framework. It’s great for new developers, but even our most experienced members of the team use it as a valuable resource for development ideas. (

This resource mostly mirrors the official Laravel blog in terms of news and articles. However, if you can’t find an answer to a question elsewhere, this site can often be a great source of useful information. The Full-Stack World Laravel section is aimed at add-ons and extensions for Laravel, which can be very helpful when you’re involved in a rapid development process.

Laracasts (

No need for an introduction here! Laracast is the richest source of any information related to Laravel thanks to its huge collection of screencasts and forum-based discussions. Here, junior developers can access a wealth of tutorials ranging from the very basics through to full-stack development. There’s also plenty on offer for experienced developers who are seeking solutions to specific problems. The only issue with Laracast is that most of the courses can only be accessed via the subscription service; however, it is definitely worth the monthly fee because it will give you access to everything you need to know about the features that are available in the Laravel framework.

Updated 21st October 2019