Hands-On: Build a Practical Web Application with Laravel

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Do you understand the basics of Laravel, but just need a little guidance in putting it all together? In this course, Andrew Perkins will walk you through the process of building a practical, Yahoo Answers-esque web app, “Make It Snappy,” with Laravel – step by step!

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Introduction to the Application

02:49

1.Introduction
3 lessons, 16:20

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1.1
Introduction to the Application
02:49

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1.2
Installation and Configuration
06:30

1.3
Setup Layout and CSS
07:01

2.Creating Users with Resignation and Authentication
5 lessons, 40:43

2.1
Users Table Migration
03:28

2.2
User Model Validation
02:35

2.3
Registering a User
19:10

2.4
Logging In a User
11:05

2.5
Logging Out a User
04:25

3.Asking Questions
6 lessons, 28:43

3.1
Questions Table Migration
03:00

3.2
Question Model Validation
01:46

3.3
Relate Questions to Users
02:38

3.4
Asking Questions on the Home Page
09:21

3.5
Paginating Unsolved Questions on Home Page
06:18

3.6
Viewing an Individual Question
05:40

4.Creating Users
2 lessons, 26:35

4.1
Paginating the Logged In Users Questions
07:24

4.2
Allowing Logged In User to Edit their Questions
19:11

5.Creating Answers
5 lessons, 20:55

5.1
Answers Table Migration
02:57

5.2
Answer Model Validation
01:26

5.3
Relate Answers to Questions and Users
02:44

5.4
Allowing Users to Answer Questions
08:45

5.5
Displaying Answers for Questions
05:03

6.Searching
2 lessons, 15:59

6.1
Building the Search Form
05:30

6.2
Processing the Search and Displaying the Results
10:29

7.Conclusion
1 lesson, 00:23

7.1
Conclusion
00:23


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Lessons:
24
Length:
2.5 hours
About Andrew Perkins
Hi there, I'm an assistant editor at Tuts+ and am very passionate about the Web, PHP, Ruby, Rails, JavaScript, and web frameworks in general. You can connect with me on Twitter, Youtube, and Flickr.
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