Instead of storing files on your server, let Amazon S3 take care of storing and serving files for you. In this series you look at uploading, listing, getting file URLs , tokenising URLs to protect them (e.g. under a membership only system) and finish off by taking a look at video streaming through CloudFront and S3.
Stripe is a developer-friendly way to accept payments online and in mobile apps. This Video Tutorial go over briefly what Stripe can do for you and a little bit on how it works. Here you look at the easiest way to charge credit cards on your website using Stripe with the "Embedded Form" you also see how to integrate this into Laravel 4 and test it out too!
Repository pattern is something that is really taken serious in Laravel. One of the most popular ways for building an application using Laravel is the Repository Pattern. The basic idea of the pattern is to create repositories to link/bridge between your controller and model and hence controller uses repository class instead of the model directly and in that repository you may declare your methods using the model.
In some situations, especially on wordpress multi-user blogs, it may be useful to completely remove widgets from the interface. Each individual user can, by default, turn off any given widget using the Screen Options tab at the top, but if you have a lot of non-technical users it might be nicer for them to not see it at all.
WordPress is great for getting up and running quickly with tons of features out of the box. There are tons of themes and plugins that can be easily integrate to customize the site. In this video serial you will learn about WordPress Basic.
AngularJS – the exciting open source framework, developed by Google, that changes the way you think about web apps. In this Tutorial you will find the basic building blocks of Angular apps - Models, Views, Controllers, Services and Filters - explained in 5 practical examples that you can edit directly in your browser.