In Version 4.1, Laravel included the support for the Middlewares: the independent filter classes implementing the HttpKernel’s
HttpKernelInterface that can be placed on to the application’s request / response processing stack to alter the request / response, or, to introduce the additional functionality such as logging, session handling, caching etc. Read more…
Laravel 5 New Auth Generators and User Authentication Screenshot
In my previous article, I had covered the new added features for validation in Laravel 5. Today, we will cover the new authentication facilities that are available in Laravel 5.
With the inclusion of new Auth Generators, the whole process of setting up an authentication system has now become so much easier. For the demonstration purpose we will create a simple user login and registration system. Read more…
Laravel 5 Form Validation Screenshot
The upcoming Laravel release i.e, 5 will be introducing some major changes in the Laravel Framework. The notable changes will be its new directory structure, the use of
psr-4 auto-loading standard by default, support for Dependency Injection on
Controller methods and the one we will be discussing in this article i.e, form validation and form requests. Read more…
This will be the last part of the AngularJS Polling Application Tutorial series. In this part, we will create a RESTful API using Laravel for the AngularJS Single Page Application that we had created in the previous parts of this tutorial series. Read more…
Creating a Polling Application Using AngularJS and Laravel Part 2
In the previous part of Creating a Polling Application using AngularJS and Laravel tutorial, we had covered:
- Application Directory Structure.
- Modules and Dependency Injection.
- Routing in AngularJS.