Learn about dependency injection, interfaces, service providers, SOLID design, and more with practical and real-world code examples. This book covers everything you need to get started in application development with Laravel 5.3. Beginning Laravel covers features such as method injection, contracts, and authentication.
After reading this book, you can develop any application using Laravel 5. It details all you need to know, including the model-view-controller pattern, SQLite databases, routing, authorization, and building CRUD applications.
What You Will Learn
Work with the new Laravel framework and its new features
Develop web applications with Laravel
Absorb the concepts of authentication and database migration
Manage databases with Eloquent ORM
Use middleware, contracts, and facades
Who This Book Is For
Readers who are new to Laravel development.
About the Author
Sanjib Sinha writes stories and codes – not in the same order always.He started with C# and .NET framework and won Microsoft Community Contributor Award in 2011. Later Open Source Software movement attracted him and he became a Linux, PHP and Python enthusiast, specializing and working on White Hat Ethical Hacking.
As a beginner he had to struggle a lot – always – to find out an easy way to learn coding. No one advised him that coding is like writing – imagining an image and bringing it down on the Earth with the help of words and symbols. All through his books he has tried to help the beginners from their perspectives – as a beginner.
Contents at a Glance
About the Author
About the Technical Reviewers
Chapter 1: Composer
Chapter 2: Laravel Homestead, Virtual Box, and Vagrant
Chapter 3: File Structure
Chapter 4: Routing, a Static Method
Chapter 5: Controller Class
Chapter 6: View and Blade
Chapter 7: Environment
Chapter 8: Database Migration
Chapter 9: Eloquent
Chapter 10: Model, View, Controller Workflow
Chapter 11: SQLite Is a Breeze!
Chapter 12: Fiddly Feelings of Forms
Chapter 13: A CRUD Application
Chapter 14: Authentication and Authorization
Chapter 15: More About Validation
Chapter 16: Eloquent Relations
Chapter 17: How Security and Authentication Work Together
Chapter 18: How Request, Response Work in Laravel
Chapter 19: Contracts vs. Facades
Chapter 20: Middleware, Layer Filter, and Extra Security