We love to develop in Laravel
Laravel is a modern PHP framework, which gives us geeks a whole host of new opportunities and solutions that can be used to build modern and maintenance-friendly web applications in record time. That, along with Laravel’s impressive performance benchmarks after the release of PHP 7, has made the popularity of Laravel go only one way: upwards.
There are a lot of best practices to follow. They seem rather basic and logical, but we think it is some important principles to follow. Both for ourselves, but also for future developers to work on the project.
- Always use the latest version of Laravel, and make it a priority task to upgrade your Laravel application when new versions are released.
- Use the artisan command line interface to perform standard tasks in Laravel. It also speed up the development process.
- Laravel is built on a lot of packages and libraries that can be found using composer. With composer we can easily add new packages and libraries, as composer is the dependency manager in Laravel.
A route is used to make request URLs in Laravel applications. Routes in Laravel are by default read and SEO friendly. Basically, you put a name on a route, for example / om-os. Then you define which view is to be returned to the visitor when he / she hits / re-us. In this way, it can be defined that when you hit / om us in the browser, the page content for “About us” is displayed.
- Routes can also be used to create a simple API in your Laravel application.
- There are different route methods in Laravel: get, post, put, delete, patch and options.
Model View Controller, which MVC stands for, is the architecture behind Laravel. MVC helps structure your Laravel application, and is one of the major reasons why Laravel makes PHP elegant.
- Models are mostly used to communicate with the database. The easiest way to create a new model is through the artisan command: php artisan make: model
- Views are the HTML markup / frontend you return for example when setting up your routes.
- Controllers are what are used to communicate between models and views. They are most easily set up by the artisan command: php artisan make: controller
With blade templates, it is easy to divide your views into different sections or layouts that you can use across views. In this way, for example, you only need to correct one file if you want to correct the header on your page.
- An example of a blade template file can, if we use the above example, header.blade.php. Inside, you can define the HTML markup for your header and call it into your view by typing @include (includes.header);
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