“Learn Just Enough Laravel to Get Started as a Web Developer” is a beginner-level course that aims to teach learners the fundamental concepts of Laravel, a popular PHP web framework used to develop dynamic web applications. This course covers a wide range of topics, including routing, controllers, views, models, database management, and security features.
Through hands-on exercises and projects, learners will gain practical experience in building web applications using Laravel. By the end of this course, learners will have a solid understanding of Laravel programming and the necessary skills to build simple, but powerful web applications.
This course is suitable for beginners with some basic knowledge of PHP and web development who want to explore the world of web development using Laravel.
Learn Just Enough Laravel to Get Started as a Web Developer Course Description
Most courses online aim to be comprehensive with over 10+ hours of video lectures. This can be intimidating for someone who wants to work with Laravel for the first time. Moreover, consuming 10+ hours of videos is not easy. On most occasions, you’ll simply abandon the course without ever getting to the interesting parts. I know it because I have experienced it. This is very sad because Laravel is such an easy framework to get started with Web development. I fell in love with web development after I started using Laravel.
That is why I designed this course where you’ll learn Just Enough Laravel to get started with web development. We’ll build an app from scratch and I’ll take you through all the key features Laravel provides to build an application quickly. Some of the key objectives we are going to cover in this course are:
- How to setup an environment for Laravel development
- How to build your first Laravel app
- How to manage tables in the database using migrations
- How to access tables through Eloquent Models
- Understanding the flow a Laravel application
- Gain knowledge about routes and resource controller
- How to implement CRUD operations
- How blade works
- How to implement Authentication for our app
- Relationships between the models
- Seeding the database and much more
This course was intentionally kept concise and by no means it is a comprehensive course but from my experience, once you get the hang of it, you will learn new and difficult concepts as you face challenges regarding them. Moreover, it is unwise to burden your brain with things that you won’t need right now.