Multi-Tenancy in Laravel 5.5

For the past few months I have been working on a SaaS which, like most SaaS applications has multi-tenancy at it’s core. In this post, I am going to share code from my application and discuss why I have implemented it the way I have. I have implemented it in such a way that each tenant has their own database, I chose this method because it’ll make it easier to split the databases across multiple servers if the need to scale horizontally ever arises. Read more

Something about being a developer…

I must have written this first sentence of this post 4-5 times, and just deleted it, and then I thought, why not use that as my opening sentence; and here we are.

Over the last few weeks (I think, for all I know, it could be months), I have been feeling peculiar.

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