In this course I will be taking you on a journey of getting to know Laravel 3, a young and beautiful PHP framework with vibrant and supportive community.
You will learn what Laravel framework is, how to get it up and running on local and cloud environment, the structure of applications and what Laravel could be used for (along with real life examples that are already out there on the internet).
In the course we will develop a simple Blog application and a more challenging Twitter-like application called Critter.
The course is pretty long, about 10 hours of content but I price it very low to give everyone a chance to enjoy programming with Laravel.
Tutorial explaining how to get Laravel PHP Framework up and running on local MAMP server on Mac OS.
NOTE: you need to have MAMP(http://www.mamp.info/en/index.html) already configured and running prior to trying to run Laravel.
Tutorial explaining how to get Laravel PHP Framework up and running on local WAMP server.
NOTE: you need to have WAMP already configured and running prior to trying to run Laravel.
Tutorial explaining how to deploy Laravel PHP framework on a cloud based service PHPFog.
NOTE: You will need an account on PHPFog prior to following the tutorial.
Tutorial explaining how to deploy Laravel PHP framework on a cloud based service Pagodabox.
NOTE: You will need an account on PagodaBox prior to following the tutorial.
Installing and using Bootstrapper is quick and easy. It takes a minute to go from zero to Bootstrap!
The home of the bundle is at the official Laravel Bundles website, http://bundles.laravel.com/bundle/bootstrapper .
To install Bootstrapper Bundle, we open up the terminal and navigate to our application's root folder. Then using Artisan we fetch the Bootstrapper Bundle :
php artisan bundle:install bootstrapper
You will get a message that the bundle is installed.
Then you need to edit bundles.php in your "application" folder and put Bootstrapper there as autoloading bundle (inside of the array of bundles) :
'bootstrapper' => array('auto' => true),
Change Form and Paginator in the application.php config file to:
Add the following to the application.php config file:
'Alert' => 'BootstrapperAlert',
'Badges' => 'BootstrapperBadges',
'Breadcrumbs' => 'BootstrapperBreadcrumbs',
'Buttons' => 'BootstrapperButtons',
'ButtonGroup' => 'BootstrapperButtonGroup',
'ButtonToolbar' => 'BootstrapperButtonToolbar',
'Carousel' => 'BootstrapperCarousel',
'DropdownButton' => 'BootstrapperDropdownButton',
'Helpers' => 'BootstrapperHelpers',
'Icons' => 'BootstrapperIcons',
'Labels' => 'BootstrapperLabels',
'Navbar' => 'BootstrapperNavbar',
'Navigation' => 'BootstrapperNavigation',
'Progress' => 'BootstrapperProgress',
'SplitDropdownButton' => 'BootstrapperSplitDropdownButton',
'Tabbable' => 'BootstrapperTabbable',
'Typeahead' => 'BootstrapperTypeahead'
Update laraveldatabasequery.php to use the Bootstrapper Paginator and not the core class by changing the use statement.
use Laravel Paginator;
Publish the bundle assets to your public folder.
php artisan bundle:publish
That's it !
The source code is also available on GitHub :
A simple blog made in Laravel.
View live demo : http://laravel-blog.pagodabox.com/
Please contribute and clone the source code on Github :
Source code is commented.
Let's watch a short video showing what we will be creating!
Here are the files from the previous lecture, attached.
Hi! I'm Maks, a breakdancer, computer tech, web designer, RC hobbyist, and full time web developer.
I was born and raised in Kharkov, Ukraine, moved to the USA in 2004 and reside in Los Angeles area since then.
In my spare time I get creative and build things. I have created the following sites: