Getting started with Laravel

Want to give Laravel a try? Here’s a few ways you could start.
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Dave Calnan

Laravel Bootcamp

I think the best way to get started with Laravel is with the recently-released Bootcamp. It’s created by the Laravel team and takes maybe an hour or two to complete. It will give you a practical run through setting up a basic Laravel app and seeing how it interfaces with your JS code.
Laravel has a PHP-based templating language called Blade, you’ll be looking for Intertia, tech that handles the interface between the Laravel app and your React/Vue code.
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Laracasts is bar none the best programming teaching resource I have used. Jeffrey Way taught me how to program and the site has grown and grown since then. They have amazing high-quality video tutorials on all aspects of Laravel from beginner to advanced.
It’s a great next place to learn more about Laravel:

Laravel Docs

The Laravel docs are really well put together. You can follow their getting started docs and use one of their starter kits and start hacking away yourself.
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