State of the world of PHP frameworks before Laravel 4 In August of 2009 PHP 5.3 was released. It featured introduction of namespaces and anonymous functions called closures amongst other updates. The new features allowed developers write better Object-Oriented PHP applications. Even though it provided many benefits and a way to get to a brighter […]
Hey Laravel users! Laravel version 4 has been released this Tuesday! I feel you cheering and smiling because this means a big leap forward for PHP developers. There were over 570 users in IRC (hashtag laravel) when it was released and I was one of them! Also, my face is on the top row of […]
Hi friends! As you might know, I really like Laravel PHP framework and I love telling others about it. I built http://bootsnipp.com from scratch in 4 days with Laravel and want others to get to know such great framework. I have finished creating my Laravel course on Udemy and I decided to give every one of my […]
Getting RSS feeds in your Laravel applications.
In this Laravel tutorial I will explain how to design the database for Laravel and how to think of relationships between the data.
My Screencasts on how to deploy Laravel PHP Framework
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 […]
Recently I was faced with a task of choosing a best PHP framework that would work as infrastructure for a few of my personal projects and also for the startup I’m working for. I’ve got some experience with Ruby on Rails and loved the simplicity of making web apps with it. Ruby on Rails takes […]