Become A Laravel Developer - Free Course
1. Set up a new project
2. Implementing relational database
3. Crud Operations
4. Upload images
5. Working on joins
6. Password Encryption
7. Applying a theme
8. Creating a management system
MVC (Model, View, Controller)
Model -> Data Access Layer
Controller -> Business Logic Layer
View -> Presentation Layer
MVC is an acronym for ‘Model View Controller. It represents the architecture developers adopt when building applications. With the MVC architecture, we look at the application structure with regard to how the data flow of our application works.
What is Laravel?
Laravel is a PHP-based web framework that is largely based on the MVC architecture. Laravel was created to make it easier for developers to get started on PHP projects. With Laravel, you think less about the setup, architecture, and dependencies of a project and go straight into the meat of the project.
How Laravel requests work
Before diving into how Laravel implements MVC let us take a look at how requests are handled in Laravel.
Laravel scores better than other web frameworks because of its advanced features and development tools that facilitate rapid web application development. Laravel also helps website developers simplify their development process with clean and reusable code.
Laravel is an open-source PHP framework, which is robust and easy to understand. It follows a model-view-controller design pattern. Laravel reuses the existing components of different frameworks which helps in creating a web application. The web application thus designed is more structured and pragmatic.
Who this course is for: For become a Laravel Developer