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olebulow

olebulow

Joined 31 Jan 2014

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Using XML in a controller (curl)

Hi all, Im trying to make a function for creating a package label via something called pacsoft. It o...

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Passing variables to a class

Hi all, Im trying to pass a set of variables to another class when running the class - but i can't....

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Getting a field name on a related related field

Alright, so i have I'm trying to get a field name of a related tables related name. In my view I'm t...

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Creating a dynamic order form with multiple rows and db lookup - which fails upon saving

Hi all, Im at a crossroad now where i must realize that im looking blind at some not-working code (1...

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Laravel and jquery.chained.js - how to

Hi Guys, Im trying to integrate jquery.chained.js (http://www.appelsiini.net/projects/chained) in my...

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7 years ago

Using XML in a controller (curl)

After advise on irc i did the following: $xml = '<?xml version="1.0" encoding="...

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7 years ago

Passing variables to a class

Solved it myself by adding $id to the $economic->invoiceBusiness(); and by adding use Illuminate\...

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7 years ago

Creating a dynamic order form with multiple rows and db lookup - which fails upon saving

Now after changing my controller to this: https://gist.github.com/olebulow/9730366 i get this output...

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7 years ago

Creating a dynamic order form with multiple rows and db lookup - which fails upon saving

@zenry -> that part actually works, but i cant get laravel to serialize the form so no matter how...

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7 years ago

Laravel and jquery.chained.js - how to

Figured it out myself after looking at inspiration from the former module. The solution was: <sel...

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