Laravel 4 Blog Tutorial – Routing Screenshot
Previous parts of this tutorial:
Topics we have covered so far:
- Laravel Setup
- Laravel Migrations
- Model creation using Eloquent ORM
- Database Seeding
Today we will cover the routing for our blog application. So, let’s get started.
Routing in Laravel
Routing plays an essential role in the core workings of any MVC framework. It specifies a mapping between requests and response generators i.e, controller actions. In other words, routing defines the entry points of a web application. A flexible routing provides a greater control over the flow of a web application.
Laravel has a very powerful routing component built right on the top of Symfony’s routing component, and provides you with a very easy to use interface and a rich set of functionalities. Read more…
Laravel 4 Blog Tutorial – dashboard Screenshot
In the first part of Creating Blog Using Laravel 4 we had covered: Laravel setup, Laravel Migrations, model creation using Eloquent ORM and Database Seeding. In this part of the tutorial we will cover the controllers for our blog application.
In Laravel we create controllers by extending
BaseController class present inside app/controllers directory. All of our controller classes reside inside app/controllers directory.
Laravel does not have any restrictions on the directory structure of the application, we can rearrange the application’s directory structure according to our needs and adjust the composer settings accordingly.
Laravel 4 Blog Tutorial Screenshot
In this article we will create a simple blog using Laravel 4. Our blog application will have the following features:
- Display posts with read more links on home page.
- Users will able to search posts on blog.
- Display single post with comments.
- Allow users to post comments.
- Administrator will be able to perform CRUD operations on posts and comments.
- Administrator will be able to moderate comments. Read more…
Part 1: User Authentication in Laravel 4.x: Simple Guide Part 1
User Authentication In Laravel Screenshot
Let’s see what we have covered so far in the first part of this tutorial:
- Database Creation And Configuration
Now we are left with Routing and Views, let’s start with routes first.
Since we are using restful controllers in our application, we will be using
Route::controller() method for registering routes.
Route::controller() allows us to define all the routes to a restful controller’s actions using a single call per controller. Read more…
User Authentication In Laravel 4 Tutorial
In my previous article regarding Laravel migrations, I have mentioned that Laravel has a nice Authentication component. Today, we will see how we can use Laravel’s
Auth component to build a simple user authentication in Laravel 4. So, let’s get started. Read more…