If you find yourself repeating a lot of similar rules when writing stylesheets or your needs go beyond simple variables think of lists and maps. I just discovered how useful lists and maps can be and therefore share a few examples.
Laravel Cashier is already handling Braintree’s 'subscription_canceled' and 'subscription_expired' webhooks and will cancel a subscription when any of those webhooks get triggered. The webhooks are handled by WebhookController, which can be easily extended to add support for other kinds of webhooks.
I’ve been recently using Codeception and really appreciate what it can do. I see Codeception as a natural next step from PHPUnit. What’s nice about Codeception is that existing classic PHPUnit tests are compatible with it, so not all work is lost for people moving from PHPUnit to Codeception...
It’s very common for web applications to deal with image uploads, image resizing and other manipulations. Arguably the best approach to the problem (apart from offloading the task to a service like imgix) is to store the uploads in the cloud and resize and manipulate the images on the fly.