Baljeet Singh wrote a tutorial on how to build an app with Laravel 5 and AngularJS

In the Previous part of this series, we have seen how we can use Laravel5 to create an full fledged API and we checked the API response with the chrome extension called Postman. And in this second part of the two part series, we will see how we can interact with or use this API to make requests from the client side with Angularjs and make a simple jokes app.

So without further due, let’s jump right into the frontend part.

Installing Angular Seed

Let’s start by creating skeleton for the client side work, we will use angular seed for this.