Laravel Tutorial for Beginners

Laravel is a PHP web-framework; it used for developing high-end web applications by using significant syntaxes. It has a substantial collection of tools and provides application architecture. It includes different characteristics of technologies like ASP.NET, MVC, CodeIgniter, Ruby, etc. It is the fastest growing PHP framework.

Laravel Tutorial for Beginners

It provides tools for routing, HTML templates, database interaction, MVC applications, testing, and much more. 

It facilitates developers by saving their huge time and planning to develop the entire website from scratch. If anyone familiar with the basics of PHP, then Laravel can craft our work more efficiently.

In Laravel, websites are secure, and it also prevents several web attacks.

Laravel is the most popular web development framework. Laravel is based on MVC frameworks because of its simplicity, features, performance, and scalability.

 Laravel makes development simple.

Some of Laravel`s features are a part of the Modular Packaging System that has dependency manager; it has different ways of accessing relational databases, utilities that help in application deployment and maintenance.

GitHub is a host for Laravel source code, and its license is under the terms of MIT License.

Laravel Tutorial Topics



Laravel First Project

Laravel Fundamentals




Blade Templates

Template Inheritance

  • Defining A Layout
  • Extending A Layout

Components & Slots

Displaying Data

  • Blade & JavaScript Frameworks

Control Structures

  • If Statements
  • Switch Statements
  • Loops
  • The Loop Variable
  • Comments
  • PHP


  • CSRF Field
  • Method Field
  • Validation Errors

Including Sub-Views

  • Rendering Views For Collections


  • Service Injection
  • Extending Blade
  • Custom If Statements

Laravel Database Migrations

  • Generating Migrations
  • Migration Structure

Running Migrations

  • Rolling Back Migrations


  • Creating Tables
  • Renaming/Dropping Tables


  • Creating Columns
  • Column Modifiers
  • Modifying Columns
  • Dropping Columns


  • Creating Indexes
  • Renaming Indexes
  • Dropping Indexes
  • Foreign Key Constraints