Update: As Laravel 8 was release on Sep 8th 2020, the Course has been updated accordingly to use the Latest Version. The Course also includes the Section as to how to Update from Laravel 7 to Laravel 8 including using Models Directory & Model Factories.
This is a comprehensive Course which uses the Latest Version of Laravel and is up to date with the current documentation, so that you are not left behind figuring the correct documentation yourself.
You will not only be able to Learn Laravel but the course will also cover how to create REST API using Laravel along with Vue and Tailwind CSS.
The Course is currently divided into 7 Sections. In the first section, we will build a CRUD Application which will help you understand the basics of Laravel. If you are new to Laravel and looking to get started on it, then this Section is for you. Some of the topics that we will cover in the initial section include:
Gates & Policies
In the 2nd section, we will enhance our CRUD Application. This Section covers topics which involves topics which are just a bit more advanced than basics, but are useful in any Web Application like Sending Email, Uploading File etc. In doing so we will cover following topics:
Customizing Route Model Binding
Mutators & Accessors
Events & Listeners
Admin Namespacing and Routing
Creating our own Middleware
In Section 3, we see how we can update our Laravel Project to the latest version using composer.json. We update our Project from Version 7 to Version 8 as well as update all the dependencies. We also cover new Features like Model Factories, Model Directories and other changes that we need to be aware of.
In Section 4, we look at some of the Features which can be considered advanced and learning them would take your knowledge to the next level. If you are working on an enterprise level Project, you are likely to use these features.
In Section 5, 6 & 7 we see how we can implement REST API. Laravel is used exclusively as backend to create REST API. In this Section, we will cover from scratch all the things that you need to implement REST API. Some of the Topics that we will cover are:
Authentication using Sanctum API
Cover all Types of HTTP Endpoints
Resource & Resource Collection
Test Endpoints using Postman
Advance Resource Options
File Upload using API
In the Section 8, we will be building a Single Page Application (SPA) using Vue 3 and Tailwind CSS. We will be using the same REST API that we created in our previous section. Some of the topics that we will cover are:
Installing & Integrating Vue 3 into Laravel
Installing Tailwind CSS into Laravel
CRUD Operations using Vue
Authentication using Laravel Sanctum
Communication between Components
Real World Examples are followed while explaining these concepts so that you can easily related to them. LIVE Project is being built so that you can follow the thought process and learn the best practices.