Laravel 8 – Build a shopping cart & deploy it on Cloudways
- Basic Laravel knowledge
- Low level HTML & CSS/TailwindCSS knowledge
- Object-Oriented Programming
Have you been trying to learn Laravel and are you ready to take it a step further by creating a shopping cart? Try this 2-hour free course out!
Who this course is for
· People who are looking for web programming jobs
· People who want to learn everything about Laravel
· People who struggle with projects
· People who want to learn how to host a Laravel project on Cloudways
Version numbers of this project
· Laravel 8.7
· Tailwind 2.0
What will we do?
Laravel is one of the most popular PHP frameworks out now. Learning the fundamentals of a language is one thing, but learning through real-life projects is another. In this course, we will be creating the following:
· Basic home page
· Shop page that shows all products
· Specific product page
· Shopping cart
What will you be learning in this course?
· How to setup Controllers, Models, Migrations & Routes
· Setup database seeders
· Storing images correctly through the storage
· Building the frontend from an existing repository
· Making our pages dynamic
· Saving products into a session
· Deleting products from a session
What will we not be doing?
Udemy courses can be a maximum of 2-hours, so I had to cut some parts out of this tutorial. We won’t be creating the following:
· A payment system
· A total amount overview
Working on local projects is awesome when you are a beginner. But what comes after? We will be using a cloud managed hosting platform called Cloudways to host our project simply in a couple steps, into the cloud!
Who this course is for:
- People who are looking for web programming jobs
- People who want to learn everything about Laravel
- People who struggle with projects
- People who want to learn how to host a Laravel project on Cloudways
My name is Dary Nazar and I am a software engineer. After I U-turned away from a comfortable yet unfulfilling life, I cherished into this field – teaching programming. At this point in my development, I have experience in all facets of programming.
I’m constantly learning new web technologies and design methods. Currently, I’m playing around with Node.js and Python, apart from polishing my designs.
I try to make complex topics as easy as possible by explaining it to you in a simple and understandable way.