Laravel: Code Happy

Application development with the Laravel PHP Framework for beginners.

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Table of Contents

  • Acknowledgements
  • Errata
  • Feedback
  • Introduction
  • 1 Getting Started
  • 1.1 Method 1 Create a new VirtualHost
  • 1.2 Method 2 Symbolic link the public directory.
  • 1.3 Getting back on track..
  • 2 Project Structure
  • 2.1 Root Directory Structure
  • 2.2 Application Directory Structure
  • 3 Using Controllers
  • 3.1 Routing Controllers
  • 3.2 Passing Parameters
  • 3.3 Using Views
  • 3.4 RESTful Controllers
  • 3.5 The Base_Controller
  • 3.6 Advanced Routing
  • 4 Routes With Closures
  • 4.1 Closures
  • 4.2 Redirects and Named Routes
  • 4.3 Filters
  • 4.4 Route Groups
  • 5 Links and URLs
  • 5.1 Retrieving URLs
  • 5.2 Generating Links
  • 6 Forms
  • 6.1 Creating Forms
  • 6.2 Adding Labels
  • 6.3 Generating Inputs
  • 6.4 Generating Buttons
  • 6.5 Secret Inputs
  • 6.6 CSRF Token
  • 6.7 Form Macros
  • 7 Handling Input
  • 7.1 Request data
  • 7.2 Files
  • 7.3 Flash Data
  • 8 Validation
  • 8.1 Set up validation
  • 8.2 Errors
  • 8.3 Validation Rules
  • 8.4 Custom Error Messages
  • 8.5 Custom Validation Rules
  • 8.6 Validation Classes
  • 9 Migrations
  • 9.1 Database Setup
  • 9.2 Migrations
  • 10 Fluent Query Builder
  • 10.1 Retrieving Results
  • 10.2 Where Clauses
  • 10.3 Table Joins
  • 10.4 Ordering
  • 10.5 Limiting.. no Taking
  • 10.6 Skipping Results
  • 10.7 Aggregates
  • 10.8 Expressions
  • 10.9 ++ (or decrementing)
  • 10.10 Insert
  • 10.11 Update
  • 10.12 Delete
  • 11 Eloquent ORM
  • 11.1 Creating and using Eloquent Models
  • 11.2 Relationships
  • 11.3 Inserting Related Models
  • 11.4 Pivot Tables
  • 11.5 Eager Loading
  • 11.6 Setters and Getters
  • 12 Events
  • 12.1 Fire An Event
  • 12.2 Listen for an Event
  • 12.3 Events With Parameters
  • 12.4 Laravel Events
  • 12.5 Example Usage
  • 13 Blade Templates
  • 13.1 The Basics
  • 13.2 Logic
  • 13.3 Blade Layouts
  • 14 Authentication
  • 14.1 Setup
  • 14.2 Setting up the form
  • 14.3 Handling Login
  • 14.4 Protecting Routes
  • 14.5 Customisation
  • 15 The Blog Tutorial
  • 15.1 The Design
  • 15.2 Basic Setup
  • 15.3 Eloquent Models
  • 15.4 Routes
  • 15.5 Views
  • 15.6 Get Coding
  • 15.7 The Future
  • 16 Unit Testing
  • 16.1 Installation
  • 16.2 Creating a Test
  • 16.3 Running Tests
  • 16.4 Testing The Core
  • 17 Caching
  • 17.1 Setup
  • 17.2 Setting values
  • 17.3 Retrieving Values
  • 17.4 A better way
  • 18 Autoloading Classes
  • 18.1 Mappings
  • 18.2 Directory Mapping
  • 18.3 Namespace Mapping
  • 18.4 Mapping Underscores
  • 19 Configuration
  • 19.1 Creating new Configuration Files
  • 19.2 Reading Configuration
  • 19.3 Setting Configuration
  • 20 The IoC Container
  • 20.1 Registering Objects
  • 20.2 Resolving Objects
  • 20.3 Singletons
  • 21 Encryption
  • 21.1 One Way Encryption
  • 21.2 Two Way Encryption
  • 22 AJAX Content
  • 22.1 Page Template
  • 22.2 The Javascript
  • 22.3 Post Data
  • 22.4 JSON Responses
  • 22.5 Detecting an AJAX Request
  • 23 Debugging Applications
  • 23.1 Error Handler
  • 23.2 Error Configuration
  • 23.3 Logging
  • 24 The Future

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