Pro Workflow in Laravel And Sublime Text



Not too long ago, I built a handful of generators for Laravel, which ease the process of various tasks. Today, along with the help of Gaurav, we’re turning things up a notch with the release of a new Sublime Text plugin that leverages the power of Artisan and the generators from directly within the editor.

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ummigo

  • Hello, excellent video.
    But first the benninging. I have try to install the plugin in SublimeText2 and I haven't find a single tutorial for that.
    Could you help me?

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  • Does it work with Sublime 3?
    after "Resource->name etc" shows "Sorry, I can't find that task."

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  • My brain just melted. This is great.

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  • @Xtreme Beard Programming Yeah, this is an example, Laravel is for more complex projects, if you make a project that needs to be modified but you've sold your first version to you client how you do it fast without migrations? like, ur client gives you half an hour to change their DB and have it running for them to work? and how do you easily modify the project (when its big enough) with only php and no MVC? and dont tell me eloquent ORM isnt really easy and fast to work with… for a PROJECT not a DEMO or an EXAMPLE, Laravel is freaking good.
    But as you have one, my opinion.

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  • Awesome

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  • Awesome

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  • just one question? how do i acquire the sublime text plugin & artisan generators for laravel 4 inorder to help me accomplish this task.

    Thanks

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  • Create 50 files to display "dog" and no one gives a shit. Say that PHP and Laraven aren't foward and everyone loses their minds.

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  • Its actually simple. May be this is not of your level(low). Watch some beginners tuts?

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  • This kid has no idea what he is talking about!
    Firstly, laravel is not designed to display "dog". Its just an example. You can't build a enterprise project in a screencast, so what they do is, make a simple app so we get idea how stuff works.

    I understand that you want us to know that you are a node.js "happy" user(not programmer?), but we don't care? we're PHP guys which is why we watch this tut. Go find some node.js tut for yourself bro.

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  • Thanks jeff, this is awesome :)

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  • A couple of things i have missed. What course should i take to keep up?

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  • Dude, I'm not trying to offend PHP, sorry if I din't express myself in the right way.

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  • Except that you're using phrases like "the problem with PHP" to refer to something that applies to all web applications of any weight. This isn't a language-specific issue.

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  • Sure, I strongly agree with you, I try to use MVC patterns in every project when codding with Node.js. I'm not trying to convince you to leave PHP and/or try Node.js, it's just my opinion. One time ago I was in love with PHP too, I have 8 years of PHP programming and I still remember all those happy times with PHP, but now I feels like I have been betrayed by it. Keep up your good work, I always watch your tuts when I have time :)

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  • Umm…none of this is specific to PHP. Any time that you're following the MVC pattern, you'll have more than one file. It makes larger projects *more* manageable, not less.

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  • And that's the problem with PHP, more and more complexity as your project grows :(

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  • Rails is not a language. Its a framework.

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  • Well, yeah, you can show a dog's name with one file in PHP too. Using dogs is an example. Clearly, real-world projects will be considerably more complex.

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  • Well, I'm a Node.js happy user, your tutorial is super cool but I don't like the idea of generating/modifying 10 files to show your dog's name :(

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  • Pretty darn. What do you prefer?

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  • For all of this chatter regarding frameworks and IDEs, I'll leave this:
    "Just build websites." -Chris Coyier

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  • I have not read the previous comments. Frankly, I cannot stand arguments over which framework is the best. RoR vs Laravel vs Yii vs Syfmony vs Django.. come on guys! cut the crap! You can use whatever you feel more comfortable with besides this is not the place for such arguments. Jeff's tutorials are excellent and the issue at stake here (in any case) was to show how to use laravel with Sublime Text 2. If you use Rails or you do not use Sublime Text 2, what is the point of it?

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  • Excellent as usual! I used Yii but I find some of the laravel features pretty convincing. Thanks Jeff

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  • "super simple"? Oh my.. So happy that I don't need to use PHP anymore :)

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  • No, I don't recall that.You're not calling yourself skilled at reading comprehension?

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  • Agree with Alvaro. ^

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  • You two call yourselves programmers?

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  • It's dead, and it's smelling up the room.

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  • No-no, I didn't mean that for generators, I just added my thoughts on the IDE's code completion feature. Was off topic, so sorry.

    Nice vid, keep them coming, and your Laracon presentation rocked ;>

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  • I thought the same, but Shift+F6 to rename a variable in PS6 is just as good as multi cursors when it offers a lot more. Eg: If I start to type <div class="a.. it will code hint ALL of the "fuzzy search" CSS files I have referenced in the project :)

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