As I explained in the blog’s welcome article, every month was going to write about one technology, today is the last day of July, therefore, this series ends today
In this post, we are going to add a WYSIWYG jQuery plugin to our project. We will add it to the textarea of the posts edition and to the creation of posts.
We are going to create a command with Laravel that will allow us to leave our project ready to use simply with an artisan command.
Today we are going to make our project multilanguage, that is, it is in several languages (Spanish and English). Although we will simply apply it to static texts, not to those that are stored in the database.
We continue with the roles and permissions section in Laravel. This part is going to be a bit dense, since we are going to do a lot of things. We will create a mini administration of users and we will be able to change their role and also we will be able to activate and deactivate users. All this, we can do it if our user has the administrator role.