Laravel is one of the best web frameworks. It can be used to create different sorts of websites. It can be used to build small, medium and large web app projects. A lot of start-ups and companies have started using it to create different types of web apps. Since Laravel is based on PHP, the demand for PHP developers is increasing everyday and adding Laravel to your portfolio will get you a job much easier, let alone specializing in Laravel framework!
In this course you will learn how to build a Weather Website Using Laravel framework. The website will display weather info about major cities in the world in a well-designed pages and will have search feature that will allow users to search for cities. You will will learn how to design your user interface, how to make HTTP requests, how to get weather info and display it in your website. Moreover, you will learn best practices, how to avoid bad practices when working on a Laravel project, how to debug your code, and most of all how to write a clean organized code in Laravel that you can get back to it, understand it or fix it and also let others understand it.
Note: This course will take you step by step so that you don't get confused. I start with the most basic topics and gradually move forward toward advanced topics. You should have good understanding of OOP and PHP.
What you'll learn in this course will make you able to start creating your own Laravel projects and not just simple projects build medium-sized to big-sized web apps. Hence, after the end of this course you will definitely have a robust, unbeatable portfolio that you can use to start applying for Laravel jobs confidently.
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What is expected after this course?
After successfully finishing this course, you will :
I wish you a successful journey during this course.
NOTE: This course is for intermediate web developers, however, basics of Laravel are taught at the beginning of the course. So it assumes you have good understanding of PHP and OOP.
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I do not like how the videos just cut off like they do without even notice. Apart from that it's ok but needs much more explanation on a few things such as the syntax to use and what they are for. I asked a question and I cannot find it to see if it was answered or not. when logging in, no progress or course that I'm currently taking. I have to manually find the course each time just to continue. Only 2 courses on laravel? seriously? need much more, not worth the money.