Laravel comes with so many new powerful features such as:
1. Lazy collections
2. Laravel Vapor compatibility
3. Job middleware
In this course, one topic per section, we’ll get you up to speed in no time.
This Laravel tutorial follows Laracast video tutorial standards to create the first Laravel 2021 video tutorial course. This Laravel 2021 video tutorial also contains articles, resources and recommendations that all Laravel video tutorial students can enjoy and gain from.
Laravel was built by Taylor Ortwell to cover all the basic needs of any web developer. If you are searching for a comprehensive Laravel video tutorial that covers all the core Laravel topics while using Laravel 2021 to build a full project, here is it.
In this Laravel 2021 video tutorial full project course, I covered all the important basic to advanced topics such as:
There are more detailed topics such as
Laravel Lazy Collections
The first stop on our Laravel 2021 tour is lazy collections, contributed by Joseph Silber. This is easily one of my favorite additions to Laravel 2021. While a traditional Collection wraps an array, a Lazy Collection leverages generators to significantly reduce memory consumption issues, while still offering the same elegant chaining that you’ve become accustomed to.
Laravel Ignition is Laravel’s Amazing New Error Page
The new default error page in Laravel 2021 is something special. Contributed by the teams behind Spatie and Beyond Code, Ignition is a gorgeous and extensible error screen.
Laravel Frontend Scaffolding Has Been Moved to Laravel UI
When installing a fresh Laravel 2021 application, you’ll notice that the login and registration scaffolding, as well as the Vue/jQuery/Bootstrap boilerplate in your app.js file have been extracted to a new Composer package: Laravel/ui. This helps to clean up the default install while allowing the package to be versioned separately from the framework.
Laravel Eloquent Subquery Additions
Laravel ships with improved support for Eloquent subqueries, thanks to a few PRs from Jonathan Reinink. You may now add subqueries by using the new addSelect() method, or by passing a closure to the orderBy() and from() methods of the query builder. I’ll show you how in this lesson.