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- And it built your app?
- And the built in auth?
- another instance when i went for an interview: >>> ceo: do you have any questions for me? ceo: we don't use any framework. No point spending time on a framework and then you get restricted by the framework me: what framework do you use?
- Switching to a framework means that you are committing to that framework. Make sure you pick a framework that matches your needs and commits to them in the foreseeable future. Like, do you need a stable framework or something that changes every 6 months? There are many frameworks, and Laravel is just one of them.
- i built a little WP framework - i'll find a use of filters for ya. what exactly is the issue with the bit you pasted in?
- oh thats cool is it built using laravel?
- @dylan.dpc How did you find out what it's built with?
- which framework? @superx
- Why can't you just use the built in way of doing it?
- Is there a way to login someone that just created their account? (I'm not using the built in register method, but I'm using the built in login ones)