Somehow, in the development process of a web application based on Laravel PHP Framework, there is a further need to check and recheck the query which is used in the script. Especially if it is actually build with the help of library provided in Laravel PHP Framework. Using the help of ‘DB’ facade which is part of Laravel PHP Framework, it can be specifically modified to print the query which is being used or aim to be executed.
Below is an example of the usage using DB Facade in a controller file :
This is an article which is describing on how to use dd command in order to easily help programmer or developer in order to do a debugging process. The command is actually can only be done in a script for web application based on Laravel PHP framework. The command ‘dd’ is actually stands for ‘Dump and Die’, and it is basically showing the content of a variables in the browser for a simple debugging process to find out whether errors are available by analyzing the content of the variables printed in the browser.
The command or the short helper function which is specifically used to show variable is quite convenient to be utilized in the script based on Laravel PHP framework. Just type the following command in the script for an example :
This is an article where an error generated as ‘views folder permission denied’ at the time of the web application based on Laravel 5.3 framework is being executed. This error actually appeared when the web application based on Laravel 5.3 framework is executed. The error appeared as shown in the image below :
An error which is displayed in the image above can be found in the error log named ‘laravel.log’ stored in the default folder where the log dedicated for web application based on Laravel 5.3 framework, it is located in storage/logs :
This is an article which is created to discuss an error generated as ‘View index not found in Laravel 5.3’. The error itself is explained in the following prove such as an image as follow :
Depends on the image which is shown above, the index file is actually located in the default folder which is intented and is used to store the files for view template. It is actually located in resources/views and furthermore to separate the web application into several specific modules, there will be another additional folder located inside ‘resources/views’ for an example an additional folder named ‘server’. So, the full path of the view file will be located in ‘resources/views/server’.
This is an article which is focusing on an error generated as “Base table or view not found” as soon as the development of web application using Laravel 5.3 as the main framework is being executed. The error is found when it is executing the web application and the image showing the error can be shown below :
It is also shown in the laravel.log file located in storage/logs below :
This is an article where the error generated in Laravel 5.3 as “Model does not exist” will be discussed further on how it will be able to be solved as the problem. Certainly that the error will be generated if the usage of the model file is defined in the script but the existence is assumed as invalid.
The error of the non-existence model can be viewed not only in the image but also on the log file as shown below :
The above image describing the error specified as below :
Having error popped-up as “Request class does not exist” will have any developers think what is actually happened whenever they code in Laravel framework as the base framework for developing web application. Those error can be shown in a image or a log as shown below.
The image depicts the error mentioned before can be shown below :
As it can be seen also in the laravel.log file which is located in storage/logs :