If your DB table doesn’t have timestamp fields (created_at and updated_at), then
$password = Hash::make('password');
$arrayOfValues = array('name'=>'Nikunj Joshi','email'=>'email@example.com','password'=>$password);
you will get SQL error. Laravel would try to automatically fill in created_at/updated_at and wouldn’t find them.
To disable that automatic timestamps, in your Model you need to add one property:
class User extends Model
public $timestamps = FALSE;
// ... other model properties and methods
That’s it, quick but hopefully useful tips!
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