The Pusher blog has posted the set of tutorials they created as a part of the Laracon EU conference that shows you how to use their service to create a real-time Laravel-based application - a simple chat application.
The Laravel framework and Pusher are a great combination. Laravel helps you build elegant applications and at warp speed; Pusher helps you add real-time features to those apps in a fraction of the time it would take to build using your own infrastructure. [...] We recently wrote a set of tutorials covering How to Build Real-Time Laravel Apps with Pusher as part of a Workshop for Laracon EU. We’ve now opened up these tutorials for everybody and anybody to work through. The source has been opened up under the Commons Attribution 4.0 International License so you’re free to fork and adapt to suit your needs or even to run your own workshop.
The talk briefly about who the tutorials are targeted at and how the guide is laid out (a Gitbook). It covers some of the fundamentals of Pusher, setting it up via a Laravel bridge, debugging tips and the construction of the actual sample application.