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Get Last Array Element in PHP and Laravel

This article, guide you through the retrieval of last array element in different ways in Laravel and also in PHP.

Links in Markdown

The Markdown language supports creating different types of links including internal & external. In this article you will see how to create different links as per your need. The text enclosed within `[]` and link within `()` to create link.

Create directories or folders in Linux with mkdir command

The `mkdir` command comes handy to make one or more directories aka folders in Linux system. This article shows the basic usage of mkdir command with examples.

List in Markdown

The Markdown language supports creating different types of list with different types of bullets. In this article we will see how to create ordered and unordered list as per need. Use `-` to create unordered list and `1` for ordered at the start of lines.

Create collection instance for given array in Laravel

This tutorial explains with syntax and an example of how to create a collection instance from provided array with Laravel collect() helper method in the framework.

Headings in Markdown

The Markdown language supports creating different level of heading styles. In this article we will see how to create different headings as per need. Use `#` to create heading at the start of lines.

Get Laravel Version via Command Line

This article, guide you through the retrieval of Laravel version of a project being used.

Laravel's Eloquent whereTime() filtering method

This article, guide you through the usage of Laravel's Eloquent `whereTime()` method. It is used to match a field value against a specific time.

Convert array to an object in JavaScript

This article explains simplest and quickest way to convert array to an object in JavaScript. Using widely accepted spread operator `...` makes easy to do it.

Dart - Relational Operators

Dart provides operators that can be used to check the relationship between values or values within variables also known as operands. All relational operators, less than(<), less than or equal to(<=), greater than(>), greater than and equal to(>=) gives resultant value in boolean i.

Laravel's Eloquent whereDate() filtering method

This article, guide you through the usage of Laravel's Eloquent `whereDate()` method. It is used to match a field value against a specific date.

Linux commands to find IP address of a website

Even wondering how to find an IP address of a website in Linux? This article shows the usage of command line utilities to get IP address and other details.