I’ve been a long-time developer, having been in the industry for almost a decade, but lately I’ve been putting more and more effort into the application side of the web and I’m finding that this aspect of the industry is a big part of my job. I spent two weeks in May devoting my time to the production build of Laravel, which was amazing.
I was initially curious about Laravel, but as I started to delve into the project I found myself immediately drawn into the work of the Laravel team, which is truly amazing. Ive been working with Laravel since before the start of the project, but Im the only one devoting my time there.
The Laravel team is a really cool bunch and everyone in the team seems to have their own unique style. I love the way they do things, and Im a huge fan of Laravel’s approach. I think they’ve got a really good handle on how to integrate it into a modern web app, and Im really looking forward to seeing what they come up with next.
Laravel is all about the idea of modularity. This means that the project can be quickly expanded or shrunk as needed. The idea being that the core framework is built to be modular, and as long as you have the appropriate modules, you can add as many features as you need. In Laravels case that means a lot of great features like MVC and the ability to use the Laravel framework in a more traditional way; like a web app.
I think of this as a whole new design approach, and I would hope that it will help Laravel developers get their main goal in mind as well.
As I’ve stated before, I think this particular project is the most ambitious that Laravel has ever had. It’s also the fastest growing. Most of the projects that have come out recently have not had the benefit of years of development or a large team behind them, so the speed of development is a huge aspect of this project.
The whole idea behind Laravel is to build a highly customizable framework for web developers to build web apps with. This is much like the way PHP works with its “standard” libraries, but Laravel is more customizable. Laravel allows developers to create web applications with the same ease they do with PHP. It’s like building a carpenter’s shop with a pocketknife, but Laravel gives you the ability to build your own shop.
This is a good reminder about the dangers of self-referential thinking.
The great thing about Laravel is that you can build and run your own projects too, but you can also build your own web applications. You can create your own apps, and you can even run those apps yourself. There are many ways to do it, but many of them are really simple to manage. Most of the things you need to run a project are easy to manage. Here are a few examples.
I’ll be working on a project that uses the free app that I created, and I’ll be using the free application for my website. It’s probably pretty simple, but I’m not sure what you need to do to create an app.