Laravel Tutorial -Laravel Controllers

Controllers are another essential feature provided by Laravel. In place of defining the handling request logic in the form of Closures in route files, it is possible to organize this process with the help of Controller classes. So what the controllers do? Controllers are meant to group associated request handling logic within a single class. In your Laravel project, they […]

Laravel Tutorials – Laravel Middleware

Middleware is another essential component of Laravel and provides the method to filter HTTP requests that get entered into your project. Let us assume a situation where this middleware of Laravel checks for an authenticated user of your software or project. In case the authentication is verified as valid, the middleware feature will let the user proceed with your project. There is […]

Laravel Tutorials- Application Configuration

The configuration of the Laravel application deals through the ‘config‘ subdirectory, which holds the entire configuration file related to your Laravel project. This subdirectory keeps files like a database, mailing, services, and session-based configuration files with an extension of .config. The configuration of the Laravel project permits you to define configuration per-environment. In this tutorial, you will learn about the different […]

Laravel Tutorials – Laravel Routing

Routing is one of the essential concepts in Laravel. Routing in Laravel allows you to route all your application requests to its appropriate controller. The main and primary routes in Laravel acknowledge and accept a URI (Uniform Resource Identifier) along with a closure, given that it should have to be a simple and expressive way of routing. In this chapter, […]

Laravel -History

Laravel was developed and created by Taylor Otwell as an attempt to give an excellent substitute for the older PHP framework named CodeIgniter. And this was because CodeIgniter did not offer such great features as support for built-in customer authentication and proper user authorization. In June 2011 Laravel released its first beta version, and later in the same month, Laravel 1 got released. Other than authentication, Laravel […]

Laravel – Instalation

Moreover, in case you do not use this virtual machine, the following requirements must be fulfilled: PHP having version 7.0 or upper version An OpenSSL extension for PHP A PDO extension for PHP Mbstring extension for PHP Tokenizer extension for PHP XML extension for PHP Table of Contents# Composer# Setup Laravel using Installer# Create a Project Composer Laravel implements a composer for managing […]

24 Popular Applications Built Using Laravel

In this article we present some popular open source projects that use Laravel. These include everything from personal music streaming servers to rapid API generator tools. In addition, we’ll see a nice collection of content management systems, forums, and even social bookmarking style applications in this roundup. Below you will find a short description and links to projects like Koel, […]

Laravel Tutorials- Application Directory Structure

Laravel is an open-source PHP framework. It also offers the rich set of functionalities that incorporates the basic features of PHP frameworks such as Codelgniter, Yii, and other programming languages like Ruby on Rails. Our Laravel tutorial includes all the topics such as introduction, history of Laravel, installation, Laravel routes, Laravel controllers, Laravel views, etc. What is Laravel? Laravel is a […]