jő 2015

Kis puha, ragadós kezek nyúlkálnak a kincsesládába,
a nyáj zúg, farkas járja az erdőt.
A kanász egy mesén gondolkodik,
a  bojtár elszökött.
A házak ablakai mögött súgdolódnak,
nem ízlik a bor.
A föld alszik, fekete és zsíros.
A kezek tiszták, megmosva.
A pusztaságba messzire látni,
de nincs mit.
Az éjszaka hideg,
az angyalok bebújnának a kabátok alá.

using DropzoneJS

links:

https://github.com/enyo/dropzone/wiki/FAQ

http://stackoverflow.com/questions/17872417/integrating-dropzone-js-into-existing-html-form-with-other-fields

 

https://github.com/enyo/dropzone/wiki/Combine-normal-form-with-Dropzone

http://www.acnenomor.com/1916426p1/combine-normal-form-with-dropzone

http://stackoverflow.com/questions/25377744/configure-dropzone-display-area

When you create it in code:
http://stackoverflow.com/questions/18032132/dropzone-image-upload-options-not-working

Add remove section of elements – Snippet on JSFiddle

Add remove section of elements – Snippet on JSFiddle

source: http://jsfiddle.net/webeswork/cjf0j9zm/6/

jQuery(document).ready(function() {

//add element
jQuery(“#book_add_btn”).click(function() {

jQuery(‘#book_collection’).append(jQuery(“#book_collection .book_wrapper:last-child”).clone());
jQuery(“#book_collection .book_wrapper:last-child input[type=text]”).val(”);

});

//remove element
jQuery(“.book_wrapper .imagecheckbox”).live(“click”, function() {
if (jQuery(this).parent().parent().children().length > 1) {
jQuery(this).parent().remove();
}
});

});

 

 

Display all SQL executed in Eloquent

Put this in your routes.php file and you will see the SQL that Eloquent is executing when you go to pages that have any sort of access to Eloquent models. This helps a lot when debugging SQL in Laravel.

// Display all SQL executed in Eloquent
Event::listen('illuminate.query', function($query)
{
    var_dump($query);
});

Link:
http://www.laravel-tricks.com/tricks/display-all-sql-executed-in-eloquent

Laravel Eloquent ORM and Query Builder

Using Query Builder is easy way and complicated writing.

I had thought that I couldn’t use Eloquent ORM for complicated query but I found the solution.

A code snippet:

$bid_products = Bid::with(array(‘Product’ =>
            function($query){$query->orderBy(‘title’, ‘ASC’);}))
->where(‘admin_id’, ‘=’, $admin_id)->orderBy(‘bids.created_at’, ‘desc’)
->get();

Links:

http://stackoverflow.com/questions/15533659/sorting-data-with-eloquent

10 quick tips to get better at Laravel http://tech.knolskape.com/10-quick-tips-to-get-better-at-laravel/

Laravel Eloquent vs Fluent query builder http://blog.sriraman.in/laravel-eloquent-vs-fluent-query-builder/

Laravel’s Eloquent ORM versus Query Builder http://www.rogerpence.com/2013/07/29/laravels-eloquent-orm-versus-query-builder/

Univerzális Entitás Kezelés: http://files.meetup.com/15327232/Perger_Peter_-_Univerzalis_entitas_kezeles-L4R4VELBP.pdf