In this tutorial you will learn about the Laravel Introduction and its application with practical example.
What is Laravel?
Laravel is an open-source web application development framework written in PHP. Laravel is created by Taylor Otwell and released under MIT License. Laravel offers you rapid application development following the model–view–controller (MVC) architectural pattern. Laravel is a framework which makes it easier for you to build professional yet powerful web applications following much expressive, elegant syntax and architectural pattern.
Laravel is most popular and preferred web development framework over the other PHP based MVC frameworks because of its simplicity, performance, features and scalability.
Laravel makes development process quite simple and pleasing without sacrificing application functionality.
Promotes professional and modern web development practices
Promotes fast and secure web application development
Makes development, deployment and maintenance simple and pleasing
Easy to learn and understand
It is considered to be most promising PHP based MVC framework
Rich set of modern and advance built-in features
Well documented and has a huge community of active members
Convention over configuration
Embracing expressive, dynamic, and simple coding practices
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1. Built-in Template engine
2. Built-in CLI
3. Built-in ORM (object-relational mapping)
4. Built-in Libraries
6. Follows MVC Architecture
7. Migration system
8. Test Driven Development (TDD)
10. Error and Exception Handling