Previously in this series, we have looked at how to install laravel, how laravel works, and how to deploy a laravel app. In today’s post, we are going to look at how you would protect a route so that the user would need to login in order to view a webpage.
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As I promised in the most recent Laravel post, today we are going to talk about how to deploy a Laravel app to a production environment. At the time that I write this, the most recent version of Laravel is 9.x but when you read this, there is a good chance that 10.x or 11.x …
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In last week’s laravel post, I mentioned that Laravel is an open-source PHP framework that uses the model–view–controller (or MVC for short) architectural pattern. This week, I want to drill down more on what that means.
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I spent years writing Laravel code at UWM but you might have noticed that I almost never wrote anything on this blog about it. I am hoping to address that here and now. If you don’t already know, Laravel is a free, open-source PHP web framework, intended for the development of web applications following the …
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I just forwarded them to this site. If anybody involved with the projects want them, let me know.
Write laravel for a living? Maybe make sure that you don’t let your web server serve your .env files. Sample Google search: db_username filetype:env
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