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
Hi, I'm Joe Lowery, and I'm happy to welcome you to Laravel 4 Essential Training. In this course, I'll introduce you to the key aspects that make Laravel a stand-out PHP framework. After a quick 10,000-foot view of what makes Laravel so compelling, I'll show you how to install the framework, and we'll examine fundamental Laravel concepts, such as routing, filters, and controllers. From there, we'll explore Laravel's advanced templating engine, Blade, as well as its database tool set, schema builder, eloquent ORM, and migrations.
Then we'll bring all of that knowledge together as we build a Laravel app, step-by-step. With the final step being, as it is in the real-world, deployment. Okay, I'm ready to get going with Laravel 4 Essential Training. You with me? Let's do it.
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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