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Building Our First Website

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# Chapter 2: Building Our First Website

Now that we know how to install Laravel, l

Installing Laravel

> *Important: This is a stable version. If you use Laravel 5.3 or newer, please read the **2nd edition**. Let us know what you liked or may have disliked. We will be updating all chapters regularly to fix bugs and mistakes.*

# Chapter 1: Instal

AdminLTE template Laravel package

A Laravel package that switch default Laravel scaffolding/boilerplate to AdminLTE template, which is free!

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Alternatively, you may use the popular Josh Laravel Admin template:

![https://0.s3.envato.com/files/103061860/Josh%20Sc

How to Build a Basic Laravel CRUD App Part 2

In the previous part, we’ve bootstrapped our Laravel CRUD application by creating the database, some controllers, basic routes and simple views. In this part, we’ll wrap things up and implement proper CRUD.

RESTful API in Lumen, A Laravel Micro Framework

Lumen is a “micro-framework” built on top of Laravel’s components created by Taylor Otwell who is also responsible for Laravel.

It has been designed to develop micro services like small application or web service. It has been dev

How to Build a Basic Laravel CRUD App Part 1

In this tutorial, we’re going to build and run a simple CRUD application from scratch using Laravel 5.

Laravel 5 Foundation 5 Starter

Laravel 5 Foundation 5 Starter is a sample application for beginning development with Laravel 5 for the backend and Zurb Foundation 5 for the frontend.

Build a Time Tracker with Laravel 5 and AngularJS – Part 2

This is the second of a two-part series on using Laravel 5 and AngularJS together to build a simple time tracking application. If you’ve gone through part 1, you’ll have seen that we put together the front-end first and used a simple JSON