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Benjamin Crozat

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Nabil Hassen
A Laravel package to track, limit, and restrict usage limits for users, accounts, or any other model. Nabil Hassen 1d ago
Ash Allen
Favicon Fetcher v3.5.0 adds a new `verify_tls` config option for disabling TLS verification and making local development easier. Ash Allen 3d ago
Learn how to use Meilisearch with Laravel Scout. Strift 6d ago
Aleksander Tabor
Style SweetAlert2 dialogs with Tailwind CSS. Aleksander Tabor 1w ago
Ash Allen
In this Quickfire article, we'll learn about how to validate whether an uploaded image is square in shape. Ash Allen 1w ago
Cristian Tăbăcitu
But it’s high time we appreciate the value of good old reliable tech. In fact, I recommend choosing boring tech, 9/10 times - here's why. Cristian Tăbăcitu 1w ago
Aleksander Tabor
Run Laravel jobs in the command-line. Aleksander Tabor 2w ago
Ash Allen
Read about how to use Mailgun in your Laravel applications to send bulk emails to 1000s of recipients at once. Ash Allen 2w ago
Oussama Mater
Laravel comes with tons of features, but sometimes, you just need to extend it a little bit. I will show you how! Oussama Mater 2w ago
Hardik Savani
In this tutorial, I will you you step by step laravel 11 livewire crud using jetstream & tailwind CSS. Hardik Savani 2w ago
Ash Allen
Read about how to use Pest to add architecture tests for your PHP application and enforce standards such as folder structures, naming conventions, and more. Ash Allen 2w ago

About Benjamin Crozat

Benjamin Crozat

Hi! I’m Benjamin Crozat. I’m from the South of France and I’ve been a self-taught web developer for 18 years, 12 as a professional. I started learning PHP and JavaScript back in 2006 when PHP 4 was still widely used, Internet Explorer 6 ruled the world, and we used DHTML to add falling snow on websites.

Being able to educate myself for free on the web changed my life for the better. Giving back to the community was a natural direction in my career and I truly enjoy it.

Therefore, I decided to take action:

  1. I launched this blog in September 2022 with the goal to be in everyone’s Google search. I get more than tens of thousands of monthly clicks from it and even more visits overall (my analytics dashboard is public by the way).
  2. I also started growing my X (formerly Twitter) account at the same time, which has now over 6,000 followers.
  3. All the content I write is free thanks my sponsors (if you want to support my work, become one and promote your business).

Believe me, I’m just getting started!

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