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SitePoint PHP Blog:
Build a Database with Eloquent, Faker and Flysystem
August 28, 2014 @ 11:55:09

In the latest post to the SitePoint PHP blog Aleksander Koko continues with his series about creating an application with PHP and EmberJS with a look at building databases. In the first part of the series he introduced the main toolset and set up a simple Laravel application inside of a Homestead instance. This latest post builds on that platform.

In this part, we will create the structure of the database. We will create the tables using migrations and seed the database using seeders. Also, you will learn how to grab some random images from LoremPixel and put them on the filesystem using Flysystem. You'll also be adding some randomly generated data using the Faker library. Much like with part 1, you can download this part's code from github.

He shows you how to get all the needed libraries installed and run the migrate command to create the needed tables. He also helps you set up a Dropbox application so you can use their API and configure the application with your API settings. Next he modifies the migrations and seeds the sample data. Next up he makes the models for each of the tables and integrates Faker to populate them with better seed data, making seeder classes to handle some of the more custom logic.

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Link: http://www.sitepoint.com/build-database-eloquent-faker-flysystem/

Developer Drive:
Introducing Laravel, part 2
October 28, 2013 @ 13:18:51

The Developer Drive blog has posted the second part of their series introducing the Laravel PHP framework. In this new tutorial they build on the basics from part one to briefly discuss controllers and the Eloquent ORM.

In the first part of this introductory mini series we looked at simple routes and views and now we'll look at how to work with controllers and models , how these two fit in the framework and how to use them.

They explain some of the basics of controllers first including a bit of sample code showing how to output a basic view and add a new route. Following that is a brief look at using the ORM and making a model - a Post - and defining the table it relates to.

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Link: http://www.developerdrive.com/2013/10/introducing-laravel-part-2/

NetTuts.com:
Build Web Apps from Scratch with Laravel - The Eloquent ORM
June 28, 2012 @ 12:27:14

In the second part of their series looking at the Laravel PHP framework and creating your first application with it. In part one you got a brief introduction to creating and configuring an application. In part two they dig a little deeper and talk about Laravel's ORM functionality.

In this Nettuts+ mini-series, we'll build a web application from scratch, while diving into a great new PHP framework that's rapidly picking up steam, called Laravel. In this lesson, we'll be working on an integral part of any web application: the Models. Along the way, we'll learn about Laravel's amazing ORM implementation: Eloquent.

The tutorial introduces you to the concept of "Models" and some of the conventions that surround them in the Laravel framework. They show some of the most common operations (CRUD) and how to define relationships between the models (has many, has one, etc). They apply this to their "Instapics" example application, creating the interfaces for the users, profiles, relationships, photos and comments. They include the code to create the controllers/views to go along with them, making a simple interface to show users and their photos.

You can find out more about the Eloquent ORM in this section of the Laravel manual.

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