About Laravel Framework

Keen infotech is provide Laravel Framework Training With Live Project Udaipur Taylor Otwell created Laravel as an attempt to provide a more advanced alternative to the CodeIgniter framework, which did not provide certain features such as built-in support for user authentication and authorization. Laravel's first beta release was made available on June 9, 2011, followed by the Laravel 1 release later in the same month. Laravel 1 included built-in support for authentication, localisation, models, views, sessions, routing and other mechanisms, but lacked support for controllers that prevented it from being a true MVC framework.

Laravel 2 was released in September 2011, bringing various improvements from the author and community. Major new features included the support for controllers, which made Laravel 2 a fully MVC-compliant framework, built-in support for the inversion of control (IoC) principle, and a templating system called Blade. As a downside, support for third-party packages was removed in Laravel 2.

Laravel 3 was released in February 2012 with a set of new features including the command-line interface (CLI) named Artisan, built-in support for more database management systems, database migrations as a form of version control for database layouts, support for handling events, and a packaging system called Bundles. An increase of the Laravel's userbase and popularity lined up with the release of Laravel 3.
Laravel 4, codenamed Illuminate, was released in May 2013. It was made as a complete rewrite of the Laravel framework, migrating its layout into a set of separate packages distributed through Composer, which serves as an application-level package manager. Such a layout improved the extendibility of Laravel 4, which was paired with its official regular release schedule spanning six months between minor point releases. Other new features in the Laravel 4 release include database seeding for the initial population of databases, support for message queues, built-in support for sending different types of email, and support for delayed deletion of database records called soft deletion.

Laravel 5 was released in February 2015 as a result of internal changes that ended up in renumbering the then-future Laravel 4.3 release. New features in the Laravel 5 release include support for scheduling periodically executed tasks through a package called Scheduler, an abstraction layer called Flysystem that allows remote storage to be used in the same way as local file systems, improved handling of package assets through Elixir, and simplified externally handled authentication through the optional Socialite package. Laravel 5 also introduced a new internal directory tree structure for developed applications.
Laravel 5.1, released in June 2015, is the first release of Laravel to receive long-term support (LTS), with planned availability of bug fixes for three years and security patches for three years. LTS releases of Laravel are planned to be released every two years.
> Laravel 5.3, released in August 23, 2016, The new features in 5.3 are focused on improving developer speed by adding additional out of the box improvements for common tasks.
Laravel 5.4, released in January 24, 2017, This release has many new features, like Laravel Dusk, Laravel Mix, Blade Components and Slots, Markdown Emails, Automatic Facades, Route Improvements, Higher Order Messaging for Collections, and many others.

Laravel Course Features:

Module I:

  • PHP OOPS Concept
  • PHP OOPS Class
  • PHP OOPS Object and Class
  • PHP OOPS Access specifiers ( Private , protected and public members)
  • PHP OOPS constructor and destructor
  • PHP OOPS encapsulation
  • PHP OOPS $this inbuilt object of class
  • PHP OOPS parent , this , static , final , abstract ,new keywords with example
  • PHP OOPS inheritance , multilevel inheritance
  • PHP OOPS function overloading and function overriding
  • PHP OOPS scope resolution operator (::)

Module II:

  • PHP OOPS based MVC Architecture
  • Advantage of MVC Architecture over basic programming structure
  • Programming and time efficiency over normal programming method
  • Difference Between Module , view and controller
  • How Module , view and cotroller work together
  • Business logic , application logic and layout presentation with the help of MVC architecture

Module III:

  • Architecture Foundation
  • Service Providers
  • Service Containers
  • Facades
  • Request Life Cycle
  • Code Igniter URLs and usage in project
  • Application Structure

Module IV:

  • Setup & Installation
  • Requirement
  • Installation
  • Web Server Configuration
  • Project Structure

Basic Routing:

  • Basic Routing
  • Route Parameters
  • Responses
  • Views
  • Redirects
  • Custom Responses
  • Middleware
  • Introduction
  • Defining Middleware
  • Registering Middleware
  • Controllers
  • Introduction
  • Basic Controllers
  • Controller Middleware
  • Implicit Controllers
  • RESTful Resource Controllers

Blade Templates:

  • Creating Templates
  • PHP Output
  • Control Structures
  • Templates
  • Template Inheritance
  • Advance Routing
  • Named Routes
  • Secure Routes
  • Parameter Constraints
  • Route Prefixing
  • Domain Routing

URL Generation:

  • The Current URL
  • Generating Framework URLS
  • Asset URLs
  • Generation Shortcuts
  • Request Data
  • Retrieval
  • Old Input
  • Upload Files
  • Cookies
  • Forms
  • Fields
  • Buttons
  • Security
  • Validation
  • Controller Validation
  • Controller Validation
  • Form Request Validation
  • Working with Error Messages
  • Error Messages and Views
  • Available Validation Rules
  • Custom Error Messages
  • Custom Validation Rules

Basic Database Usage:

  • Configuration
  • Read/Write Connections
  • Running Queries
  • atabase Transaction
  • Accessing Connections
  • Query Builder
  • Selects
  • Join
  • DML Queries
  • Schema Builder
  • Creating Tables
  • Column Types
  • Special Column Types
  • Column Modifiers
  • Updating Tables
  • Dropping Tables
  • Schema Tricks
  • Migrations
  • Basic Concept
  • Creating Migration
  • Rolling Back
  • Eloquent ORM
  • Creating new models
  • Reading Existing Models
  • Updating Existing Models
  • Deleting Existing Models
  • Eloquent Queries
  • Query Structure
  • Magic Queries
  • Query Scopes
  • Relationships
  • Implementing Relationship
  • Relating and Querying

Laravel with Ajax:

  • HTTP Request and Response Fundamentals
  • The XMLHttpRequest Object
  • XMLHttpRequest Methods
  • XMLHttpRequest Properties
  • Cross-Browser Usage
  • Sending a Request to the Server
  • Basic Ajax Example
  • Bringing in the Ajax: GET vs. POST
  • Passing Values
  • Client-Driven Communication, Server-Side Processing
  • Basic Examples
  • Expanding and Contracting Content
  • Auto-Complete
  • Form Validation
  • Tool Tips

Laravel with jQuery

  • About jQuery
  • How jQuery Works
  • jQuery: The Basics
  • Launching Code and Complete Examples
  • Using selectors and events
  • Selectors
  • Basics and Hierarchy
  • Basic, Content, Visibility, Attribute and Child Filters
  • Forms and Form Filters

Laravel with json Basics:

  • About json
  • How json Works
  • json: The Basics
  • Launching Code and Complete Examples with json
  • Launching json Api

laravel with One live Project

  • Sub Domian laravel Live Project
  • Live One laravel Project
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