In Laravel, you can use the withErrors method to pass error messages to a view after a redirect.
To make an HTTP request from Laravel to an external API, you can use the HTTP client of your choice.
To update multiple records in the Eloquent ORM (Object-Relational Mapping) in Laravel, you can use the update() method on the query builder or on a model instance.
This error message indicates that the Laravel framework is unable to find the Application class from the Illuminate\Foundation namespace.
In Laravel Blade, you can use the @forelse loop to check if the last iteration of a loop has been reached.
To format a timezone for a Carbon date in PHP, you can use the format() method and include the e or I format codes.
To get the extension of an uploaded file in Laravel, you can use the getClientOriginalExtension method of the UploadedFile instance, which is available in the request object.
To get an environment value in a PHP controller, you can use the getenv function.
To get specific attributes from a Laravel Collection, you can use the pluck method.
To remove "public/index.php" from the URL in a Laravel application, you can use the built-in PHP web server or set up a web server with Apache or Nginx.