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  • Go with PHP
    19 projects | | 10 May 2023
    I just don't get why people in php use lazy comparison in php when you know that "0e4"=="0e5" in php.

    and yes, Laravel use lazy comparison. And yes at least three bugs where caused by this use.

    see: for why I'm a bit grumpy with php ecosystem

  • Laravel considered harmful
    13 projects | /r/PHP | 28 Apr 2023
    I explained why singleton are not well used. There is plenty of example online. TLDR: Laravel hides a lot of dependencies. You want to use another Container? You cannot. The issue is described here:
    13 projects | /r/PHP | 28 Apr 2023
    Singleton are not always bad. But facades are used in a singleton manner *everywhere*. Container::getInstance() is also use everywhere so you cannot change the container to another one ( Using singletons everywhere you hide dependencies. I never say that singleton = bad, just that there is a good way to use them, be careful, know what you are doing.
    13 projects | /r/PHP | 28 Apr 2023
    Singleton usage: The container has a singleton and unfortunately this singleton is used everywhere across the codebase. The Container interface is almost useless because event if we implements this contract, Laravel's container concret implementation will be used by the framework. (Related issue: (Occurrences of "Container::getInstance()":
  • I've made a random serial key generator
    2 projects | /r/laravel | 16 Jan 2022
    By the way Laravel is still PSR-2 and will unlikely adopt PSR-12, while I understand your intentions. I'm on the fence about suggesting Laravel's users to use a coding standard not adopted in the framework.
  • Strict models
    3 projects | /r/laravel | 1 Oct 2021
    That's what they did here before the PR:
  • Simple feature/project upvoting system?
    2 projects | /r/selfhosted | 27 Jan 2021
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