- [Instructor] To follow along with this course, you should be able to read and understand PHP. However, don't feel like you need to be an expert or even be beyond a beginner in PHP. I'll walk you through every line of code that we'll write. You also need an application called Terminal. Terminal is an application where we can access the command line interface on modern computers. On the Mac, this is the application called Terminal, and on Windows 10, there's a matching piece of software called either Windows Terminal or the Windows Console. In both Windows 10 and earlier versions, your command line interface application is an application called PowerShell or Command Prompt. We'll use this terminal to run commands, hence command line interface or CLI. So you should feel okay at least being able to run some simple commands in here and moving through directories. Early on in the course, we'll install both Composer and some virtualization software to enable us to develop our PHP application locally, without installing PHP on our machine. I'll walk you through the steps for this, but if you have this already installed and set up, it'll speed up that portion of the course for you. Everything else you'll need to know, we're going to learn through the course together. This course was originally recorded using Laravel 5.8. We've updated the beginning sections of it to reflect the release of Laravel 6. The latter portion of the course was built on Laravel 5.8, but has been fully tested on Laravel 6, and there are no known issues with any of the examples or the code samples provided in the course when using Laravel 6. If, however, you do run into any issues, feel free to ask questions on the course, and we'll be sure to get you help. Thanks so much for your understanding, and here's to a great experience learning Laravel.
- Exploring Laravel
- Setting up simple authentication
- Controllers and routes
- Create and index view
- Show, edit, and destroy views
- Writing scopes in Laravel Eloquent
- Creating one-to-one relationships