In this tutorial , we’ll code a simple book store example using Laravel. We’ll also cover Laravel’s built-in authentication, named routes, and database seeding. We’ll also elaborate some rapid development methods that come with Laravel such as creating route URLs. Also, we’ll working with a new relation type called belongs to many. We’ll cover pivot tables as well. Our e-commerce application will be a simple book store. This application will have order, administration, and cart features. We will cover the following topics:

Building an authorization system

Creating and migrating authors, books, carts, and orders tables

Creating template files

Listing books

Building a shopping cart

Taking orders

Listing orders