Laravel Application Development Blueprints (Anglais) Broché – 14 novembre 2013
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Présentation de l'éditeur
For intermediate to advanced PHP programmers this is the perfect volume for mastering Laverel. It starts with the basics then digs deep, covering the building of 10 different applications. Extend your capabilities with ease.
- Learn how to integrate third-party scripts and libraries into your application
- With different techniques, learn how to adapt different methods to your needs
- Expand your knowledge of Laravel 4 so you can tailor the sample solutions to your requirements
Laravel is a clean and classy framework for PHP web development. It helps you to create wonderful applications using simple, expressive syntax. Development should be a creative and enjoyable experience, not something that is painful, and Laravel makes it enjoyable for the users. Laravel's directory structure is designed to be familiar to users of other popular PHP frameworks. Web applications of any shape or size can easily be created using this structure similar to the way that they would be created in other frameworks. With the recently released 4th Version, Laravel became even better in numerous ways. Within this book, we will help you learn about both the old and new features of Laravel while developing various applications.
Laravel Application Development Blueprints covers how to develop 10 different applications step-by-step using Laravel 4. You will also learn about both basic and advanced usage of Laravels built-in methods, which will come in handy for your project. Also, you will learn how to extend the current libraries with the built-in methods and include third-party libraries.
This book looks at the Laravel PHP framework and breaks down the ingrained prejudice that coding with PHP causes due to spaghetti code. It will take you through a number of clear, practical applications that will help you to take advantage of the Laravel PHP framework and PHP OOP programming whilst avoiding spaghetti code.
You'll also learn about creating secure web applications using different methods such as file uploading and processing, making RESTful AJAX requests, and form processing. If you want to take advantage of the Laravel PHP framework's validate, file processing, and RESTful controllers in various types of projects, then this is the book for you.
Everything you need to know to code fast and secure applications with the Laravel PHP framework will be discussed in this book.
What you will learn from this book
- Learn about RESTful controllers and the functions of Laravel
- Use Laravels before/after route filters
- Learn how to use Laravel's ORM and non-ORM database methods
- Build ten genuine web solutions
- Process files with Laravel's built-in methods
- Integrate third-party libraries into your application
- Validate your form data and uploaded files
- Secure your web application from injections
- Learn about Laravel's Blade Template Engine and the basics of templating
- Use Laravel in different types of web projects
Follow along as we work together to build 10 different applications using Laravel 4. Since each chapter is devoted to the design of a different application, there is no need to read the book in any particular order. Instead, you can pick and choose the blueprints that are of most interest to you and dive right in.
Biographie de l'auteur
He has also developed applications using CodeIgniter and CakePHP for about four years, but these PHP frameworks didn't suit his needs completely. This is why he decided to use another framework for his projects, and that is when he met Laravel. Currently he is developing all his applications using Laravel.
He's also obsessed with Unix/Linux and uses Linux on a daily basis. In addition, he is administrating the world's best-known microcomputer, Raspberry Pi's biggest Turkish community website.
Halil Ibrahim Yilmaz
Halil Ibrahim Yilmaz is a Python and PHP programmer and an e-commerce consultant from Turkey. He has worked as a developer and a software coordinator in over a dozen ventures, including Begendy, Modeum, Futbolkurdu, Arkeoidea, and Uzmanlazim. He is experienced in using many APIs such as Google, YouTube, Facebook, Twitter, Grooveshark, and PayPal. After meeting his business partner, he co-founded 16 Pixel, a Bursa-based creative consultancy that specializes in web development and e-commerce.
He lives in a house full of Linux boxes in Bursa, Turkey.
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As for comments regarding incomplete/non-working code… I didn't really come across any of that. There were a few times where something might not have worked exactly as described, but using previous chapters as reference, those issues were easy enough to resolve.
The edition that I purchased and followed was released soon after Laravel 4 was announced/released. Much of the Laravel "methodology" has changed since then, but I still think this would be a great introduction to the framework.
The examples all use version 4 of laravel. And each example chapter jumps right in, with a modicum of background. In a way, this pedagogy deliberately teaches you by showing the functionality possible in version 4. Hopefully, the examples are interesting and germane to real world uses, so that you are motivated to go closely through the code to understand the nuances.
The choices of example topics are well done. Like making a web site to do URL shortening. Or a blogger website. Though I suspect the latter example has been done to death in other approaches like WordPress or using sundry CMS packages.
Some examples invoke the knowledge of other packages. Take the chapter on doing the blogger website. The blog postings must be stored somehow. So a SQL database is picked, and the coding language is PHP. Good common choices that many of you should already have in your background.
Now in terms of commercial applicability, the last chapter may be of interest to those making a transaction based website, where you actually want to sell something online. Rather than just have people visit and possibly post something. The chapter quickly explains a simple ecommerce deployment. Good. But perhaps the discussion could have been expanded. This chapter has in my opinion the highest value added aspect of all the chapters. By focusing on monetising a website. How about 2 chapters on this, if there will be a second edition?
This is another Laravel 4 cookbook, demonstrating how to build a number of projects. The chapters are significantly longer than the previous Packt Laravel cookbook I reviewed, more in line with my book. Consequently, you can linger in tasks and really get to grips with the teaching. It’s still reference, but it’s the kind of reference you will need access to if you forget minutia of what you learned by first going through it.
I too have been guilty of these things, but that’s where the technical reviewer needs to step in and point out unfair expectations.
There are many comments, within the code listings of this book. That would be hugely beneficial if not for the complete lack of syntax highlighting. What should help tends to fill the screen in confusing monochrome. While we’re on the subject, take a look at this example from the second chapter…
This illustrates the problem with omitting syntax highlighting. I know template code leans towards being a mess in a book, but the insane level of indentation and monochrome presentation are enough to make me want to skip code listings altogether.
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