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Creating Beautiful Web Apps with Laravel 5.1

Laravel5.1Beauty

Creating Beautiful Web Apps with Laravel 5.1 by Chuck Heintzelman

This book has a different tone than my previous book. No lame attempts to be funny. (I
guess we all can’t be Dayle Rees.)
Laravel 5.1 Beauty goes through the process of creating, designing and coding a realworld application while focusing on the the architecture that makes Laravel the number one PHP framework available today.

What is the Application?
Throughout this book we’ll build a simple, clean and beautiful blogging application along with the administration required to maintain the blog.
My own Laravel blog, LaravelCoding.com, uses the same blogging application developed here.
Conventions Used This Book There are a few conventions used throughout this book.
Code is indented two spaces The standard indentation for PHP code is 4 spaces. Since this book is available in a
variety of eBook formats and some devices with small screens don’t have much horizontal space, code within this book is indented 2 spaces instead of 4 to save space.

for ($i = 1; $i <= 10; $i++) {
echo “I can count to $i\n”;
}
Lines that end with backslash (\) should be continued If you see any line ending with a backslash, that means the code should continue uninterrupted with text from the next line.
$ here_is_a_really_really_long_command that_has_a_long list of_arguments\
which should continue In the above line, even though two lines are shown you should type in everything, excluding the backlash into one line.
Be Careful of This One When you’re typing code and miss this it can cause an issue. When in doubt check the GitHub
l5beauty repository

Laravel 5 Essentials

Laravel haslaravel_5_essentials established itself as one of the most popular PHP frameworks over the past couple of years. Its popularity comes due to its ease of use, expressive syntax, and the number of components it has, allowing you to achieve practically any task in a modern PHP application. If you’ve not had the opportunity to dive into Laravel yet, then this book will be the perfect companion, as it covers the fundamentals Laravel is built on in a thorough yet easy-to-follow manner. To make this book your best learning source, we have covered integral topics such as preparing an environment for working with Laravel applications, creating your first Laravel application from start to finish, a tour of Laravel’s ORM Eloquent, and more advanced topics such as testing, user authentication, and security. Being one of the most interesting features in Laravel, we also cover an overview of Artisan, including descriptions of some of its tasks. Post this, we talk about testing and security. By the end of this book, you will be able to create robust PHP websites and web applications quickly and efficiently.

Getting Started with Laravel 4

getting_started_with_laravel_4PHP powers many of the largest websites on the planet. Yet, even though it was specifically created for the Web, its shortcomings never cease to frustrate developers. This is where a tool like Laravel comes in. Rather than reinventing the wheel, Laravel reuses tried and tested components and principles and bundles them to form a cohesive whole and makes PHP development enjoyable again. Getting Started with Laravel 4 is a practical and concise introduction to the Laravel PHP framework. It covers its fundamental concepts and presents the many features that will boost your productivity when developing web applications. After introducing the key concepts and installing Composer, you will build a CRUD application and add more features to it in each successive chapter.