Laravel applications to learn from

Couple days ago I posted about Laravel – a PHP framework that allows developers to quickly build applications.

Today I will post links to a few source code repositories that you could learn from if you are developing in Laravel.

Here are a few applications made in Laravel :


Bootsnipp.com – A user driven HTML snippet repository for Bootstrap.
http://bootsnipp.com


Simple Blog in Laravel
https://github.com/msurguy/blog


Tiny Issue
HelpDesk sort of thing :
https://github.com/mikelbring/tinyissue


PongoCMS
A new CMS based on Laravel :
http://www.pongocms.com


Larevel Bootstrap – CMS with image uploads, article management and user roles
https://github.com/davzie/Laravel-Bootstrap


Layla – CMS
http://getlayla.com/


Kudos
Markdown based blogging
https://github.com/ianlandsman/Kudos


Rebel CMS
Simple CMS built on Laravel 2.0, uses Twitter Bootstrap and allows users to upload media.
https://github.com/rebelnz/rebelcms


ShopHub
ShopHub aims to become the one stop shop for creating a webshop. Uses Twitter Bootstrap, Authority user access control, lots of bundles and custom code
https://github.com/Vespakoen/ShopHub


Laravel Bundles
https://github.com/UserScape/Laravel-Bundles

Helpful bits of code:


Paypal integration in Laravel
http://forums.laravel.com/viewtopic.php?id=788


Idea of how to organize your files:
http://forums.laravel.com/viewtopic.php?id=728

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  • Marcif

    CMS – PongoCMS http://www.pongocms.com

  • maxoffsky

    Thanks Marcif! Added!

  • Samuel

    Where is the “posts” table name defined for usage?

    in routes, the default route has:
    $posts = Post::with(‘user’)->order_by(‘updated_at’, ‘desc’)->paginate(5);

    in the model for Post we see:
    class Post extends Eloquent {

    public function user()
    {
    return $this->belongs_to(‘User’,’post_author’);
    }

    }

    in the model for User we see:
    class User extends Eloquent {

    public function posts()
    {
    return $this->has_many(‘Post’);
    }

    }

    where is the tables name for the tables defined?
    I am so confused.
    your tables are named “posts” and “users” but the models and code reference “post” and “user”.

    If you had to change the name of the table from “posts” to “inc_data”, using your example code, how would we do this?

  • Maks Surguy

    If your read the documentation you will see that defining table names is optional. Laravel makes a smart assumption that your table name is plural of the model name , refer to http://laravel.com/docs/database/eloquent#conventions :

    Eloquent makes a few basic assumptions about your database structure:

    • Each table should have a primary key named id.
    • Each table name should be the plural form of its corresponding model name.
    • Sometimes you may wish to use a table name other than the plural form of your model. No problem. Just add a static table property your model:

    Does this make it somewhat clearer? =)

  • Samuel

    perfect thank you
    it was confusing
    =)

  • David John

    Hi guys, I recently discovered Next Generation, Responsive, Free & Opensource, Laravel based Doptor CMS. Amazing Features are included, MVC Structure, Form builder, Module builder and many more. It’s called Doptor CMS.

  • Bhanu Pratap Singh Slathia

    Faveo HELPDESK build using Laravel framework http://www.faveohelpdesk.com or https://github.com/ladybirdweb/faveo-helpdesk

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