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composer install in the project’s root directory.
Run the application with
php artisan serve or see the next section to run in an Apache server.
Create a virtualhost with the following settings:
DocumentRoot $PATH_TO_PROJECT_ROOT/public <Directory $PATH_TO_PROJECT_ROOT/public> AllowOverride All Require all granted </Directory>
.env.php and replace with correct settings.
Other options can be set in
The environment determines which configuration files will be used.
Configuration options for each environment can be set in
Options within files in this directory overwrite those in
app/config with the same file name.
By default the application will use the
local environment unless it’s running with a .edu domain. This can be changed in
bootstrap/start.php and more environments can be added here.
Routes tell the application to which controller the request will be sent or which view will be displayed.
All routes must be registered in
Migrations are used to create the database and make any changes to the schema.
Migrations are found in
app/database/migrations and can be generated with
php artisan generate:migration $MIGRATION_NAME.
Each migration has an up function that performs the migration and a down function that reverses it.
Views are the HTML structure for each page or section of a page. They use the blade templating engine.
Views are found in
Controllers handle requests and can return a View, Model, or some other data. They are found in
app/controllers and usually correspond to a specific Model.
Controllers are in charge of preparing any data that might be necessary for a View, or it might create or update new entries for a Model.
Data can be sent to a View in an array of variables.