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PHP Development with Laravel

For many people, PHP is dead. PHP lives. Newer frameworks and tools are breathing some new life into PHP, allowing developers to develop more rapidly, and avoid tedious tasks. Laravel is an MVC framework that can be used with command-line tools to quickly prototype and develop front-ends and/or back-ends (for backbone.js, perhaps). Laravel abstracts many of the more tedious tasks like database queries and covers things like data sanitation, validation and relationships, so you can think about other things. We’ll talk about features of Laravel 3, as well as some best practices. We’ll also look at some of the exciting things integrated in the upcoming Laravel 4.

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  • David R.

    Awesome job Richard. Thanks for bringing some legitimacy to us PHP guys :)

    March 27, 2013

  • Robert G.

    Richard, you did a great job. The presentation of best practices was exceptional.

    March 27, 2013

  • Scott S.

    Nice presentation Richard. It was great to see how parts of Laravel compare to ASP.NET MVC.

    1 · March 27, 2013

  • Abraham M.

    Great job Richard. I think you did well in proving that Laravel makes PHP much more programmer friendly.

    1 · March 27, 2013

  • Richard C.

    Thanks for listening everyone. My slide deck is available below for anyone who wants it. I hope to see you guys at future meetups http://slidifier.com/slidifier.html?id=fsLfjTREsQ

    2 · March 26, 2013

  • Donald S.

    Scott
    I'd like to bring my advanced programming class as a field trip. 8 max (probably 6). OK?

    March 22, 2013

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