Laravel is web application framework that many developers say is a dream to work with. That’s because it aims to take the tedium out of routine web projects tasks, like authentication, routing, sessions, and caching and make the development process simple and straightforward without sacrificing application functionality.
In our new course, Connect to a Database With Laravel’s Eloquent ORM, you’ll learn all about Eloquent, which makes it easy to connect to relational data in a database and work with it using object-oriented models in your Laravel app. It is simple to set up, easy to use, and packs a lot of power.
Developers love to automate things—for every process between development and production, they are keen to have a script that makes their workflow easier. This is also the case with deployment.
Laravel is the most popular PHP application framework, and there are countless tutorials, articles, and yes, even videos on how to get started with and learn Laravel. But our new course, 3 Practical Examples to Learn Laravel, is a bit different: you’re going to learn Laravel by building a series of practical applications that, with a little extra work, could be used in the real world.
If you’ve ever come across the Laravel framework, it’s highly unlikely that you haven’t heard of service containers and service providers. In fact, they’re the backbone of the Laravel framework and do all the heavy lifting when you launch an instance of any Laravel application.
Laravel is a PHP framework for modern web apps. It ships with built-in support for database migrations, object-relational mapping, routing, and authentication, making it easier for developers to start and maintain their work.