Learning Path Web Development With Php 7 And Laravel 5 Free Download

Learning Path Web Development With Php 7 And Laravel 5 Free Download

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Apply your knowledge to build amazing web applications with PHP 7 and Laravel

What you’ll learn

Explore new and advanced PHP techniques like anonymous and recursive function.

Understand the Object-oriented SOLID principles with PHP 7.

Learn and get accustomed with the advanced Object-oriented programming techniques such as Inheritance, Traits, Namespaces, and Autoloading.

Understand the PHP design patterns such as Singleton, Factory, Repository, and the MVC design pattern.

Work with Laravel directory structure and various artisan commands.

Learn about Laravel routes and the Laravel MVC structure.

Understand the basics of validations in controllers.

Build a web application using CRUD operations.


Basic knowledge of PHP

Basic knowledge of Laravel


Are you a PHP developer who wants to learn the best PHP framework, Laravel? Do you want to migrate to PHP 7 for developing robust feature-rich web applications? If yes, this Learning Path is for you.

Laravel is a web application framework with expressive and elegant syntax. Laravel attempts to take the pain out of development by easing tasks that are most commonly used in web projects. PHP 7 is based on the PHPNG, so the performance gains realized from PHP 7 are huge.

Although Laravel 5 works well with the previous versions of PHP, the combination of PHP 7 and Laravel 5 can be used to create faster websites.

Packt’s Video Learning Paths are a series of individual video products put together in a logical and stepwise manner such that video builds on the skills learned in the video before it.

This Learning Path starts with an introduction to PHP 7 and then moves on to exploring its new and advanced features. You will also get acquainted with the basic and advanced object-oriented programming concepts and techniques. Next, you will learn how to install Laravel on Windows, Mac, and Linux systems. You will then be introduced to the directory structure of a Laravel application, as well as the third-party dependencies, packages, and installation with Composer. Moving ahead, you will learn about the Laravel MVC structure: routes, controllers, models, views, and templates. Finally, you will build a simple web application using the CRUD operations and basic validations.

By the end of this Learning Path, you will be able to build your own applications using PHP 7 and Laravel.

About the Authors

For this course, we have combined the best works of these esteemed authors

Budi Irawan is a software eeer, lecturer, and open source contributor. He has experience in PHP for more than 7 years in building small and enterprise web applications. Besides PHP, he also plays with javascript and Ruby. He loves to teach, contribute, and meet new people. In his leisure , he usually plays sports and at s travelling too.

Hiren Dave is a software eeer, blogger, and consultant with over 9 years of professional experience. He writes code in number of languages. He has a passion for developing web apps, mobile apps, writing books, and blog articles about programming. He has a solid experience of startups, as he manages products for few startups. He is also passionate about researching and learning new technologies and trends. He has also authored a book Instant Sencha Touch, published by Packt.


Section 1: Getting Started with PHP 7

Lecture 1 The Course Overview

Lecture 2 Installing Web Server Apache, MySQL, and PHP7

Lecture 3 Why PHP 7?

Lecture 4 Scalar Type Declaration

Lecture 5 Return Type Declaration

Lecture 6 The Null Coalesce Operator

Lecture 7 The Spaceship Operator

Lecture 8 Session Start Options

Lecture 9 Anonymous Classes

Lecture 10 Filtered Unserialization

Lecture 11 Grouping Use Statements

Lecture 12 Anonymous Function

Lecture 13 Recursive Function

Lecture 14 Internationalization (i18n)

Lecture 15 Regular Expression

Lecture 16 Heredoc

Lecture 17 Date and

Lecture 18 Dependency Management

Lecture 19 PSR Standard

Lecture 20 Why Database?

Lecture 21 PDO

Lecture 22 Doctrine

Lecture 23 SQL Versus NoSQL

Lecture 24 Redis

Lecture 25 Why OOP?

Lecture 26 Object Versus Class

Lecture 27 Class Construct

Lecture 28 Class Variables

Lecture 29 Class Methods

Lecture 30 Class Constant

Lecture 31 Why SOLID?

Lecture 32 Single Responsibility Principle

Lecture 33 Open Closed Principle

Lecture 34 Liskov Substitution Principle

Lecture 35 Interface Segregation Principle

Lecture 36 Dependency Inversion Principle

Lecture 37 Inheritance

Lecture 38 Abstract Class

Lecture 39 Interface

Lecture 40 Static Variables and Methods

Lecture 41 Magic Methods

Lecture 42 Traits

Lecture 43 Namespaces

Lecture 44 Autoloading

Lecture 45 Singleton Design Pattern

Lecture 46 Factory Method Design Pattern

Lecture 47 Repository Design Pattern

Lecture 48 Model View Controller Design Pattern

Section 2: Bning Laravel

Lecture 49 The Course Overview

Lecture 50 What Is Laravel and a Quick Starter to Laravel 5.4

Lecture 51 Understanding the Composer

Lecture 52 Setting Up System Requirements for Laravel

Lecture 53 Installation of Laravel in OSX

Lecture 54 Creating and Configuring Your Laravel Application

Lecture 55 Exploring the Laravel Directory Structure

Lecture 56 Working with Dependencies and Packages and Installing with Composer

Lecture 57 Exploring Laravel Artisan Commands

Lecture 58 Working with Laravel Routes

Lecture 59 Introduction to the Laravel MVC Structure

Lecture 60 Working with Laravel Controllers

Lecture 61 Working with Laravel Models

Lecture 62 Working with Laravel Views and Blade Templates

Lecture 63 Working with Database and Understanding Database Migrations

Lecture 64 Working with Laravel Resource Controller and Implementing CRUD Operations

Lecture 65 Understanding Requests and Response

Lecture 66 Basic Validations in Controllers

Lecture 67 Adding Pagination

Lecture 68 Understanding Sessions

Lecture 69 Authentication in Laravel

This Learning Path is for PHP developers who wish to learn the Laravel framework to develop robust and feature-rich web applications.,Also, people who are working on older PHP versions and want to migrate to PHP 7 will find this Learning Path useful.