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Lumen Programming Guide
PHP , Programacion / junio 22, 2018

Learn to write test-driven microservices, REST APIs, and web service APIs with PHP using the Lumen micro-framework, from the now popular Laravel family. This book shows you how testing APIs can help you write bullet-proof web application services and microservices. In the Lumen Programming Guide you will learn how to use Lumen—a micro-framework by Laravel—to write bullet-proof APIs. Lumen helps you write productive, maintainable APIs using modern application design. You will learn how to write fully-tested APIs and understand essential Lumen concepts used to build a solid foundation for writing API projects. What You Will Learn Maintain your API’s database structure through built-in database migrations Write tests with factory data in a test database Respond with consistent data output in JSON Deal with PHP exceptions by using JSON responses Create, read, update, and delete REST resources Represent model associations in API responses Build a solid foundation for writing tests with PHPUnit and Mockery Validate data  Who This Book Is For PHP developers with no Laravel experience. Only a basic understanding of HTTP and writing PHP applications is needed to get started. Descargar / Download

Video Curso de Laravel 5 en español
Video Tutoriales / mayo 22, 2018

Since its initial release in 2011, Laravel has experienced exponential growth. In 2015, it became the most starred PHP framework on GitHub and rose to the go-to framework for people all over the world. Laravel focuses on the end user first, which means its focus is on simplicity, clarity, and getting work done. People and companies are using it to build everything from simple hobby projects all the way to Fortune 500 companies. My goal with this Laravel tutorial to create a guide for those just learning the framework. This guide will take you from the very beginning of an idea into a real deployable application. width=”600″ height=”400″ This look at Laravel will not be exhaustive, covering every detail of the framework, and it does expect a few prerequisites. Here is what you will need to follow along: A local PHP environment (Valet, Homestead, Vagrant, MAMP, etc.). A database. I’ll be using MySQL. PHPUnit installed. Node installed.

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