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In this video we will be creating a form using Laravel Collective to submit blog posts to the database.
In this video I will show you how to start working with Eloquent which is an ORM (Object Relational Mapper) and it makes working with the database models VERY easy
In this video we will start to work with models and database migrations. We will use MySQL as our data store. We will be creating a model and database table for our blog posts.
In this video I will talk about blade templating. We will look at passing in data, interpolation, adding logic to our views. I will also show you how to compile assets using Laravel Mix. We will compile Sass files to regular css.
In this video we will create some routes and a controller for our pages. Ill show you how to load a view from a controller function.
In this video we will setup our environment. We will be using XAMPP which gives us an Apache server with PHP and MySQL. We will install Laravel with Composer and we will be using the Git Bash terminal and integrate it with Visual Studio Code
In this video we will wrap up our application and add file uploading for blog posts. I hope you guys enjoyed this Laravel series. I will look into deployment soon!
In this video we will implement access control so guests can not add posts and users can only edit and delete their own posts.
In this video we will create a relationship between users and blog posts. We will add the users posts to their dashboard and make it so when they insert a post the user id also gets put in the table.
In this video I will talk about what Laravel is and also give you a demo of what we will be building. Laravel is the most popular open source PHP framework and uses the MVC (Model View Controller) design pattern. We will be covering all of the fundamentals of Laravel 5.4 in this series including.... Routing Controllers Models & DB Migrations Blade Templates/Views Authentication & Access Control CRUD Functionality File Uploading Much More...