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a. Composer, which is PHP's premier dependency manager.
a. PHP installation, you might consider using a virtual machine.
3. A Gentle Introduction to Routing, Controllers, and Views
a. In this episode, I'll give you a very gentle introduction to the basics of routing, controllers, and views.
4. Passing Data to Views
a. So you've learned a bit about registering routes, and dispatching to controller methods, but how exactly do we pass data to our views? Let me show you!
5. Blade 101
a. Let's switch over to discussing the basics of Laravel's templating engine: Blade. While it's true that PHP, itself, is a templating engine, the truth is that it didn't evolve to become a very good one. Blade will make your life much easier and enjoyable. You'll love it!
6. Environments and Configuration
a. A good understanding of how Laravel's configuration process works is vital. Let's take a few minutes to review the essentials.
a. Migrations are one of Laravel's most powerful features. Think of them as version control for your database. If this concept is new to you, it might sound strange, but, trust me: you'll love it!
8. Eloquent 101
a. Now that you've learned a bit about migrations, let's move on to the basics of using Eloquent. You'll love this!
9. Basic Model/Controller/View Workflow
a. If you've done your homework from the previous episode, you should have a basic familiarity with how to use Eloquent. Let's put that to the test, and create a couple of pages to display some articles.
a. Forms exist in just about every single web application. Let's review what that looks like in Laravel! Along the way, you'll be introduced to custom packages, service providers, and much more.
11. Dates, Mutators, and Scopes
a. Before we tackle validation, let's take a break and talk a bit more about dates. In the process, though, we'll have the opportunity to research some nifty Eloquent features, such as mutators, query scopes, and more!
12. Form Requests and Controller Validation
a. Let's review validation in Laravel 5, using two different methods. It's a cinch!
13. View Partials and Form Reuse
a. Very quickly, you'll find yourself in situations, where you're tempted to copy and paste some form code into a new view. The most common example is for both create and update actions. Resist the urge! Instead, we'll leverage view partials. b. Along the way, you'll also learn a number of fun things, including resourceful routing, form model binding, generic form requests, and more!
14. Eloquent Relationships
a. An article is written by a user of our application, right? Well, how exactly can we represent these sorts of relationships with Eloquent?
15. Easy Auth
a. Out of the box, Laravel includes some useful authentication boilerplate to get you up and running as quickly as possible. In this lesson, we'll review this boilerplate, while also touching on a different way to register routes, as well as some more Eloquent training.
16. Ogres Are Like Middleware
a. Initially, the idea of middleware can be confusing and daunting. Fortunately, once you understand how it all works, it's not too confusing at all!
17. Route Model Binding
a. Route model binding allows us to, very easily, inject model instances into our various controller methods. It's pretty neat; let me show you!
18. Manage Your Assets
a. Let's take a break from our PHP, and instead focus on asset management. What's the best way to deal with this in a Laravel app? Well, we have you covered. Let's use Gulp and Laravel Elixir.
19. Flash Messaging
a. Often, you'll want to send a quick notification to the user, when they perform some kind of action in your application. "Good job, your task has been created." Or: "You are now logged out." So it seems that we need a way to store things in the session for just a single request. Let me show you some clean ways to handle this!
20. Many to Many Relations (With Tags)
a. So far, you've learned about a few important Eloquent relationships. But, there's more! Think about how you might represent the relationship between an article, and a tag. Hmm... let's figure it out in this episode. In the process, we'll discuss many to many relationships, pivot tables, and more.
21. Selecting Tags From the UI
a. Now that you understand the basics of many-to-many relationships, how can we orchestrate all of this from our UI? Or, in other words, how do we allow the user to modify which tags are associated with their articles?
22. Syncing Tags
a. In the last episode, we concluded with a cliff hanger. How do we sync up the tags for each article? Well, I gave you a hint with that keyword, "sync." Let's review the answer in this episode!
23. Enhancing Select Elements
a. So we've successfully implemented tagging into our app - pretty easily, too! But, if we're honest, it's not too user-friendly. Why don't we take a short recess from discussing the Laravel core, and instead enhance the select dropdown with the excellent Select2 plugin. In the process, this will give us a good opportunity to talk a bit more about performance improvements with Laravel Elixir.
24. When You Want a View Partial to Always Receive Data
a. One initial gotcha that you'll encounter, when building your first Laravel app, is the need to always make some variable available to a view or view partial. Do you place the binding in your controller method? Well, what about every other route that loads the view? Certainly, the answer isn't to duplicate these bindings all over the place. Instead, we'll make use of view composers.
25. The Service Container
a. Laravel's service container (also known as the IoC container) takes a bit of time for newcomers to fully understand. However, it's important that you plant your feet and really learn these concepts. They're the bedrock of app development in Laravel.