Laravel 5.8 Tutorial - From The Ground Up
Ready to get started on your path to Laravel Artisan? In this series, we are breaking down all of the basics of Laravel to get you comfortable using the world's most popular PHP framework. Let's get started!
e15 Eloquent Accessors & RESTful Controller - Part 1
It’s time for us to tackle a refactor of our controllers and views to implement a RESTful controller approach. Follow along as we implement the index, create and store methods in our controller and properly store our views, following the same approach. As a last bit, let’s write an accessor for our active column for better display.
e16 Eloquent Route Model Binding & RESTful Controller - Part 2
In part 2 of the RESTful Controller refactor, we are tackling the show method of our methodology. Along the way, we are going to learn how to add a wildcard to a route and all about Route Model Binding and how it can automatically fetch a record for us.
e20 Flashing Data to Session & Conditional Alerts in View
Now that our contact form is sending emails, it's time for us to focus on providing some feedback for our users once the form goes through. Follow along as we flash some data to the session and conditionally display an alert on the view. We will also tackle the inverse to hide our form.
e21 Artisan Authentication - Register, Login & Password Reset
It's time for us to talk about registering users, login in users and resetting passwords. Up until now, a very daunting task, but with Laravel, it's as simple as running php artisan make auth and everything just works. Let's working on adding authentication to our Laravel application.
e32 Deployment: Basic Server Setup Part 2
In part 2, we are tackling MySQL and PHP. The time has come for us to start setting up our own deployment server with everything we need to start hosting our project. Follow along as we set everything up from SSH, Nginx, PHP, MySQL and everything in between.
e33 Deployment: Basic Server Setup Part 3
In part 3, we are tackling getting an SSL certificate from Let's Encrypt and some extra credit prompt setup. The time has come for us to start setting up our own deployment server with everything we need to start hosting our project. Follow along as we set everything up from SSH, Nginx, PHP, MySQL and everything in between.