How to Build a Blog with Laravel - Part 1 (Exploring File Structure)

How to Build a Blog with Laravel - Part 1 (Exploring File Structure)

This is our first application tutorial from Start to Finish. We will leave nothing out, and help you build a blog application running on Laravel 5 framework and powered by PHP. This series will focus on being very detailed and walking you through the learning process slowly but very thoroughly. Next Video [Part 2]: https://youtu.be/8o_nA66D5EQ Detailed Written Tutorial is available on my website: [LINK TO WEBSITE] Why Build a Blog App? As our first tutorial, a blog app is perfect because we all know what is involved in making a blog: we need posts with timestamps, titles, content, tags, etc and comments related to posts. It is a nice clear setup that everyone can easily understand and as a whole, it never really gets into anything too complicated throughout the tutorial series meaning you can learn without getting too frustrated. ------ Blog, app, application, Laravel, File structure, Laravel 5, tutorial, best, tutorials, how to, PHP, Mac, Windows, Easy, code, tut, part 1, install, write, jacurtis, guide.

What is programming MVC? [Detailed Explanation]

What is programming MVC? [Detailed Explanation]

Have you ever wondered what MVC means in programming or how it really works? MVC stands for Model, View, Controller, and it is an architectural paradigm used by many web frameworks such as Ruby on Rails, Laravel, CakePHP, Django and more. It is a way of thinking organizationally when coding. In MVC everything has its own place so you can catch up on projects easier and find snippets of code when debugging or emproving a page. It also makes the application efficient and secure since only certain elements can do certain things. For example, only Models talk to the database, and only Views contain HTML markup and so forth. This tutorial will finally make it all make sense. I explain it slowly and methodically so you can finally understand it. When you are done, be sure to subscribe for more amazing videos related to programming and also marketing your programming creations once they are complete! Check out my website with even more detailed tutorials: http://jacurtis.com Follow me on Twitter: http://twitter.com/_jacurtis If you found this video helpful and it finally made sense of MVC for you, then please leave a like on the video so that it can show up for more people that are looking for the same thing. ------- MVC Tutorial Ruby Python and Django. Works with Ruby on Rails or Laravel and other frameworks. This is an awesome tut or tutorial for anyone learning to programming or write code

Multiple Authentication in Laravel 5.4 Natively! (Admins + Users) - Part 1

Multiple Authentication in Laravel 5.4 Natively! (Admins + Users) - Part 1

In Laravel 5.4 we actually can natively support multiple User models (Sometimes called MultiAuth). This means we can have different users and manage these users independently, all using the Native Auth Facades, without any packages or plugins. An example of this would be Employees that manage a backend interface and then customers which have the ability to log in and manage accounts, but through the front end of the website. We want to use different tables to manage these types of users, and have different middleware and guards in place as well. This tutorial will show multiple authentication to you. This isn't documented very well in the Laravel documentation, so it is frustrating to find the correct way to do this. But I am happy that I have now put this tutorial series together to explain how to make this happen. It is a powerful feature that Laravel has and I'm excited to show everyone how to use it. Do not get confused between user roles and user models. This tutorial teaches you to use two different user models, (in other words two sepeare tables for different types of users). You can always add user roles to this on top, but that is not the goal of the video. ------ WRITTEN TUTORIAL: (Coming Soon) =========================================== === Multiple Authentication in Laravel 5.4 Series: === =========================================== Part 1: Setting up our Models and Auth Guards https://youtu.be/Ir2nAD9UDGg (Current Video) Part 2: Creating Login Pages and Logging in Users https://youtu.be/Ir2nAD9UDGg Part 3: Modifying Middleware to Support Multiple Users https://youtu.be/P8T3MjZPDdI Part 4: Forgot My Password Functionality across Multiple User Types Coming Soon. ==== DOWNLOAD SOURCE CODE ==== Download from GitHub: https://github.com/DevMarketer/multiauth_tutorial/releases/tag/part_1 ==== FOLLOW ME ==== Subscribe to DevMarketer Insider https://confirmsubscription.com/h/d/5EDC91CF554832D1 Twitter - http://twitter.com/_jacurtis (ask me questions!) ==== QUESTIONS? ==== Leave a comment below and I or someone else can help you. For quick questions you may also want to ask me on Twitter, I respond almost immediately. Email me hello@jacurtis.com Thanks for all your support! _________ Laravel 5.4 Authentication Multiple User Models One Application. Best tutorial authentication laravel help. Laravel 5.3 Muliple Authentication. No Packages. Laravel Php code tutorial video post example. Store user admins. Multiauth tutorial.

Vue.js 2.0 Fundamentals - Part 1 (Introduction)

Vue.js 2.0 Fundamentals - Part 1 (Introduction)

The start of a brand new tutorial series about Vue.js 2.0! We will start learning the fundamentals and then move onto more advanced stuff. In this video I introduce the series and explain the organization of the next few videos. We will start by learning the basics. Afterwards we will build some Vue.js apps that rely on no other framework (other than Html & CSS). Finally we will build a full scale app that relies on a backend built in Laravel. However it can easily be adapted to any framework as it will follow general CRUD principles. Learn more about Vue.js at their website http://vuejs.org To follow this series, check out the Playlist: Subscribe to my Channel for more great content like this.

AJAX to External API - Vue.js 2.0 Fundamentals (Part 10)

AJAX to External API - Vue.js 2.0 Fundamentals (Part 10)

This Vue.js Tutorial will cover using Ajax to call an external API and update it live to the user. This was inspired from a real life project I did this week which we will recreate for this video. If you are looking for the source code to follow along, download it from Github in the links below. We will use Axios to call the external API which translates a zipcode into a city and state. We can then update that to the user. Yes I know this only works for American addresses, but the goal is to show you how to work with an API. You can find your own API and use the knowledge that you learn in this video to connect to it now. We will also use a library called LoDash which is a cool javascript library of helper functions. We will use a few for this video. We also introduce "Watchers" in Vue.js which simply watch a data model for any changes. Please comment below if you need help and we can all help eachother out. ==== LINKS ==== Vue.js Homepage http://vuejs.org Axios.js Repo and Documentation https://github.com/mzabriskie/axios LoDash Javascript Library Documentation https://lodash.com/ ==== DOWNLOAD SOURCE CODE ==== Download from GitHub: https://github.com/DevMarketer/VueJS_Tutorial ==== MORE FROM THIS SERIES . ==== Previous Video [Part 9]: https://youtu.be/PuxdMnk-u5k Next video [Part 11]: Coming Soon Full Playlist for the "Vue.js Fundamentals" Series: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLwAKR305CRO_1yAao-8aZiQnBqJeyng4O ==== FOLLOW ME ==== Subscribe for New Releases! Subscribe to DevMarketer Insider https://confirmsubscription.com/h/d/5EDC91CF554832D1 Twitter - http://twitter.com/_jacurtis (ask me questions!) ==== QUESTIONS? ==== Leave a comment below and I or someone else can help you. For quick questions you may also want to ask me on Twitter, I respond almost immediately. Email me hello@jacurtis.com Thanks for all your support!

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