Join Joseph Lowery for an in-depth discussion in this video Deploying to a shared host, part of Laravel 4 Essential Training.
- Once your app reaches a certain stage of development,…you'll want to deploy it for further testing,…and of course, to go live.…This chapter focuses on the deployment process.…Our first stop is one familiar to many developers,…deploying to a shared host.…Because the host is shared,…you'll need to take some special steps…to make sure that your application is secure.…There are a number of ways to deploy…a Laravel application to a shared web server.…For this particular technique,…you'll need access to your server root,…above the folder, typically named…public_html, that holds your web pages,…and of course, the public HTML or similar folder itself.…
You'll want your public website root…to correspond to the Laravel public folder.…That will ensure that when website visitors…browse your base domain, they are browsing…Laravel's web root, as well.…But, they cannot access the other files.…So, I'm going to switch over to my web host…where I've done a lot of the prep work…and step you through how I set it up.…My first step was to create a folder within public HTML.…
Need a quick dive into Laravel? Check out this short primer, Up and Running with Laravel.
- Installing Laravel and Composer
- Routing requests
- Filtering routes
- Incorporating advanced controllers
- Creating a basic Blade template
- Developing a layout with child pages and forms
- Integrating a database
- Creating tables via migrations
- Outputting data
- Building a Laravel app
- Authenticating users
- Deploying Laravel code
Skill Level Intermediate
Q: In the "Installing Laravel" video, the author provides instructions for changing permissions on the web server directory, as well as setting up a new project and cd-ing to the new app directory, using commands on a Mac. What commands do I type in Windows?
1. Introduction to Laravel
2. Fundamental Laravel Concepts
3. Outputting Laravel Code
4. Integrating Databases
5. Querying Data with Eloquent ORM
6. Building a Laravel App
7. Deploying Your Laravel Code
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