What's next for Cachet?

At the beginning of the week I open sourced one of my newest side projects, Cachet. The original post was read more by more than 1700 different people and it's had a fair bit of interest from people around the Internet. For those of you who don't know what Cachet…

Deploy to Heroku buttons with Laravel

I submitted Cachet to Reddit earlier yesterday morning and had great feedback from it all! It's been great! I'm happy to see that people like the idea and that it's useful to people. One of the first issues submitted was adding a Deploy to Heroku button. I was a bit…

Slides from my talk

I gave my first talk ever at the great Staffs Web Meetup on Tuesday. For my first ever talk I decided to tackle a sensitive subject that I feel isn't spoken enough about and that's Depression & Anxiety. The talk seemed to go really well and I'm happy with the…

Caching routes with Laravel 4

Yesterday I blogged about how I organise my Laravel routes within my Laravel applications, this post is a follow on to more route goodness. I was experimenting with a clients website, trying to speed the page load up on the server side. A neat trick that I came up with…

Cachet

TLDR: Find Cache on GitHub. I realised a few days ago that Anorak is built on two services: Stripe GitHub Both of which are out of my control. If either of these go down, then I'm unable to do anything to fix the problem. How do I inform the would-be…

Organising routes in Laravel 4

Sorry that it took me so long to write this, I've been up to a lot recently and completely lost track of time. A few weekends back I tweeted a screenshot of how I lay out my routes in any of my Laravel projects. It somewhat exploded due to a…