Laravel is a free, open-source PHP web application framework, intended for the development of web applications following the MVC architectural pattern. Laravel features include its expressive syntax, a modular packaging system with a dedicated dependency manager, different ways for accessing relational databases.
Introduction, Framework, Installation and set up, Forms and UI Components, Validation, Request & Responses, Controllers, Routing, URL Generation, Security and Sessions, Blade - Templates, Views and Nested Views, Database - Store and Use Data, Query Builder, Schema Builder, Create and Use Composer Packages, RESTful services, Use jQuery and Ajax, Deploy and Integrate Third-party Services into Application, Migrations, Test and Debug App, Live Project Using Laravel
Introduction, Features, Architecture, MVC pattern, Installation & Configuration, Code Organization, Auto loading Mechanism, OOP paradigm, Decomposition of code, Doctrine ORM, Configuring the database connection, Repository Pattern, Entity Manager, DDD, Dependency Injection and Inversion Control, Encapsulating the business logic into Model Layer, Forms and Validation, The controllers, Request handling, Http Request and Response, Views and Templates, Routing, Authentication & Authorization, Performance, HTTP Caching with ESI, The command line, Error handling, Logging & Debugging, Debugging Tools, Application Testing, Extending Symfony, Deployment, Development best practices, Project Implementation
Introduction, Architecture, MVC Pattern, OOPS Concepts, Configuration, Code Structure, Get Started - First CI Application, Code Igniter Libraries, Auto Loading Functions, Form Handling, Helper Functions, Database management, Models, Views, and Controllers, Session handling, Url and Routing, Essential Helper, Error Handling, Pagination and Caching, Importing and Exporting, File Uploading – jQuery and Ajax, Security management, Project Implementation