LUBUS Highlights – Jan 2017
LUBUS Highlights January 2017

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Monthly Flash: Our very own Ajit Bohra delivered the untold story of “Being a WordPress dev” at WordCamp Udaipur. Catch the slides from his talk here.


Here’s a list of few things we have been doing recently that might be of your interest or help :-):

  • Looking to integrate InstaMojo payment gateway with your Laravel based app? We have released the Laravel package for Instamojo called – Laravel Mojo. The package provides an expressive, fluent interface to Instamojo’s payment and refund services.
  • Tired implementing email verification process on registration with every Laravel app you create? We have created Laravel 5.3 / 5.4 app boilerplate with email verification process on registration. Here’s the GitHub repo for the same. For more details check out blog post, our “Code Ninja” Harish is quite active on comments section & he is happy to help you with any issues or doubts.
  • Do you use humanmade custom meta boxes a lot and code in Sublime Text or the Atom Editor, our open-source snippets are here to help you – CMB sublime snippets & CMB atom snippets. You’ll love it!
  • Version 0.6 of our open-source WordPress plugin to display upcoming WordCamp’s on your wp-admin dashboard has been released – The WordCamp Dashboard widget, this release adds the support for shortcode & Visual Composer.
  • We are now contributing to Symposium, a Laravel based app which helps with “Management of proposals, bios, photos, etc. for conference speakers”. Our very own Harish is spending a good amount of time ironing out bugs & implementing new features of course.

Things dropping soon :-):

  • Some more WordPress plugins
  • Some more Laravel packages & apps
  • More & more open source contributions
  • And yeah the client projects are never ending hehe.


Do not worry we won’t ask you to subscribe to one more annoying newsletter & stuff to spam your inbox , to catch up with the updates for the above promises you can keep an eye on our  Twitter & Github , and if we be late to deliver the promises you can poke us anytime on  Facebook 🙂