in , ,

Laravel: Up & Running by Matt Stauffer in pdf

What sets Laravel apart from other PHP web frameworks? Speed and simplicity, for starters. This rapid application development framework and its ecosystem of tools let you quickly build new sites and applications with clean, readable code. 

Fully updated to cover Laravel 5.8, the second edition of this practical guide provides the definitive introduction to one of today’s mostpopular web frameworks.

Matt Stauffer, a leading teacher and developer in the Laravel community, delivers a high-level overview and concrete examples to help experienced PHP web developers get started with this framework right away. 

This updated edition also covers Laravel Dusk and Horizon and provides information about community resources and other noncore Laravel packages.

Dive into features, including:

Blade, Laravel’s powerful custom templating tool

Tools for gathering, validating, normalizing, and filtering user-provideddata

The Eloquent ORM for working with application databases

The role of the Illuminate request object in the application lifecycle

PHPUnit, Mockery, and Dusk for testing your PHP code

Tools for writing JSON and RESTful APIs

Interfaces for filesystem access, sessions, cookies, caches, and search

Tools for implementing queues, jobs, events, and WebSocket event publishing

What This Book Is About

This is not the first book about Laravel, and it won’t be the last. I don’t intend for this to be a book that covers every line of code or every implementation pattern. 

I don’t want this to be the sort of book that goes out of date when a new version of Laravel is released. Instead, its primary purpose is to provide developers with a high-level overview and concrete examples to learn what they need to work in any Laravel codebase with any and every Laravel feature and subsystem. Rather than mirroring the docs, I want to help you understand the foundational concepts behind Laravel.

Laravel is a powerful and flexible PHP framework. It has a thriving community and a wide ecosystem of tools, and as a result it’s growing in appeal and reach. This book is for developers who already know how to make websites and applications and want to learn how to do so well in Laravel.

Laravel’s documentation is thorough and excellent. If you find that I don’t cover any particular topic deeply enough for your liking, I encourage you to visit the online documentation and dig deeper into that particular topic.

I think you will find the book a comfortable balance between high-level introduction and concrete application, and by the end you should feel comfortable writing an entire application in Laravel, from scratch. And, if I did my job well, you’ll be excited to try.

Who This Book Is For

This book assumes knowledge of basic object-oriented programming practices, PHP (or at least the general syntax of C-family languages), and the basic concepts of the Model–View–Controller (MVC) pattern and templating. 

If you’ve never made a website before, you may find yourself in over your head. But as long as you have some programming experience, you don’t have to know anything about Laravel before you read this book—we’ll cover everything you need to know, from the simplest “Hello, world!”

Laravel can run on any operating system, but there will be some bash (shell) commands in the book that are easiest to run on Linux/macOS. Windows users may have a harder time with these commands and with modern PHP development, but if you follow the instructions to get Homestead (a Linux virtual machine) running, you’ll be able to run all of the commands from there.


1. Why Laravel? 

2. Setting Up a Laravel Development Environment 

3. Routing and Controllers 

4. Blade Templating 

5. Databases and Eloquent 

6. Frontend Components 

7. Collecting and Handling User Data 

8. Artisan and Tinker 

9. User Authentication and Authorization 

10. Requests, Responses, and Middleware 

11. The Container 

12. Testing 

13. Writing APIs 

14. Storage and Retrieval 

15. Mail and Notifications 

16. Queues, Jobs, Events, Broadcasting, and the Scheduler 

17. Helpers and Collections 

18. The Laravel Ecosystem

About the Author

Matt Stauffer is a developer and a teacher. He is a partner and technical director at Tighten Co., blogs at mattstauffer/co, and hosts The Five-Minute Geek Show and the Laravel Podcast.

Download “Laravel: Up & Running by Matt Stauffer in pdf” Matt-Stauffer-Laravel_-Up-Running_-A-Framework-for-Building-Modern-PHP-Apps-OReilly-Media-2019.pdf – Downloaded 20 times – 8 MB

What do you think?

Written by Rifdhy Ahmed

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

GIPHY App Key not set. Please check settings

Java For Dummies 7th Edition in pdf

Beginning Laravel by Sanjib Sinha in pdf | Laravel