First contribution to Laravel : Most popular PHP framework of 2014

Before switching to Laravel, I used to be a fan of CakePHP

I got a multi-lingual web app project  in which we need to sanitize some timezones. I wrote it for my project then I proposed to include it in Laravel by filing a proposal (link). And happily got green signal from Taylor Otwell. I forked laravel/framework, made changes and filed a Pull Request here. Documentation for uses can be found here 

Taylor Otwell merged my commits 🙂 Cheers !

So, if you are using Laravel > v4.2. It have 42 lines of code written by me 😛

Are you looking to contributing to Laravel? Here is the key.

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