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I was trying to call an artisan command from within a migration, but I wasn't getting any output to the console 🤔 ... Turns out, the default output is not the console with Artisan::call(). You have to change this behavior by injecting a different output class. 🤝 #Laravel https://t.co/COtEnCbSZv

💡Did you know: ES2016 modules has the `import X from ...` statement. but there’s also the `export X from ...` statement. Very useful if you have a top-level “bundling” module that just re-exports bits and bobs from other smaller modules. https://t.co/yqVVcACHz1

David Hemphill

David Hemphill @davidhemphill

Just learned that an input element with a type of "email" can take the boolean attribute "multiple", allowing for a comma-separated list of emails to be entered. 🔥 https://t.co/jFFjiLMDVq

Jesse Schutt 💬

Jesse Schutt 💬 @jesseschutt

If your test is failing and you're pretty sure it shouldn't be, try adding "->fresh()" to the model under assertion. Chances are the assertion is failing due to creation properties such as "wasRecentlyCreated" on the original model. #laravelphp #testing https://t.co/8H8am3oxxW