دانلود Laracasts – Laravel 6 From Scratch

دانلود Laracasts – Laravel 6 From Scratch

۱۴,۹۰۰ تومان

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منبع: سایت لاراکست
زبان آموزش: انگلیسی
سطح آموزش: متوسط (Intermediate Difficulty)
تعداد فیلم: ۶۸ عدد(بصورت کامل و بروز)
کیفیت فیلم: FullHD 1080P
مدت زمان: 8:59:43 ساعت
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توضیحات

در مجموعه آموزش لاراول قدم به قدم چگونگی ساخت یک برنامه تحت وب توسط Laravel 6 را خواهید آموخت. ابتدا با اصول اولیه آشنا شده و سپس قدم به قدم با مثال‌های کاربردی به عمق مطالب خواهیم پرداخت. پس از پایان شما با همه‌ی ابزارهای مورد نیاز برای ایجاد برنامه‌های مختلف برنامه آشنا خواهید بود.

این آموزش‌ها در سایت لاراکست منتشر شده است و برای راحتی شما با بالاترین کیفیت برای دانلود ارائه شده است. همانطور که میدانید این آموزش‌ها در کشور ما قابل مشاهده نیست و همچنین دانلود آن بدون پرداخت حق عضویت امکان ندارد.

شما فقط با پرداخت مبلغ کمی می‌توانید خیلی راحت کل ویدیوهای آموزشی این دوره را بصورت یک فایل فشرده RAR که حاوی یک پوشه و داخل آن فایلهای شماره گذاری شده بهمراه عنوان است را دانلود نمایید.

در تصویر زیر نمونه‌ای از محتوای داخل فایل را مشاهده می‌کنید:

تصویر لیست فایلهای کامل دانلود Laracasts Laravel 6 From Scratch

تصویر لیست فایلهای Laracasts Laravel 6 From Scratch

 

همچنین در دوره‌هایی که بروزرسانی می‌شوند فقط کافیست فایلهای اضافه شده را دانلود نمایید.

شما بلافاصله پس از پرداخت هزینه می‌توانید مجموعه Laravel 6 From Scratch را دانلود نمایید. و همچنین دسترسی به دانلود فیلم‌های جدید که توسط سایت لاراکست منتشر می‌شود را پس از هر بروزرسانی داشته باشید.

سایت لاراکست(Laracasts) یکی از منابع مهم، معتبر و بروز برای یادگیری فریم‌ورک لاراول(Laravel Framework) می‌باشد که توسط توسعه‌دهندگان و ایجاد کنندگان اولیه این فریم‌ورک گردانده می‌شود. بیشتر فیلم‌های این سایت توسط Jeffrey Way تولید شده است. ایشان یکی از توسعه‌دهندگان اصلی فریم‌ورک لاراول است که از نسخه سوم همراه بوده است. می‌توان ایشان را دومین شخص اصلی این فریم‌ورک پس از توسعه دهنده اصلی آن یعنی تیلور آتول دانست. Jeffrey Way معمولا یکی از سخنرانان کنفرانس‌های لاراول است.

اهمیت استفاده از این فیلم آموزش لاراول

همانطور که میدانید این آموزش‌ها در کشور ما علی رقم دسترس پذیر بودن سایت لاراکست قسمت نمایش فیلم‌های آن بدلیل میزبانی فایل‌های ویدیویی در سایت ثالث قابل مشاهده نیست و همچنین دانلود آنها بدون پرداخت حق عضویت امکان ندارد. حتی بخشی از فیلم‌های این سایت رایگان نبوده و بدون پرداخت حق عضویت قابل مشاهده نیست.

توجه داشته باشید فیلم‌هایی که همچنان در حال تولید هستند با تغییرات و بروزرسانی‌های سایت لاراکست بروز می‌شوند. و فایل‌های جدید بصورت جداگانه برای دانلود ارائه می‌شود. تا از دانلود دوباره کل بسته جلوگیری شود.

 

پاسخ سوالات متداول

با توجه به اینکه بعضی محصولات رایگان هست چرا باید از شما خرید کرد؟1398/11/13 23:33:18

با اینکه برخی از این محصولات در سایت اصلی رایگان هستند ولی شما نمی‌توانید آنها را دانلود کنید و روی سیستم خودتان داشته باشید و در صورت نیاز به آن مراجعه کنید. همچنین ممکن است شما بخواهید یک فیلم را چندین بار مشاهده کنید. درضمن در سایت اصلی این ویدیوها با اینترنت کشور ما به دلایلی همچون تحریم باز نمی‌شود. پس به چندین دلیل خرید این آموزش‌ها به صرفه است:

۱) دانلود شما با تعرفه اینترنت داخلی نیم‌بها محاسبه می‌شود.
۲) شما می‌توانید بدون مصرف اینترنت اضافه چندین بار فیلم‌ها را مشاهده کنید.
۳) شما به بالاترین کیفیت فیلم‌ها دسترسی دارید درحالی که باتوجه به سرعت اینترنت و Streaming ویدیو ممکن است چنین کیفیتی برای شما ممکن نباشد.
۴) شما نیازی به صرف هزینه و وقت برای عبور از مشکل تحریم ندارید.

شما با صرفه‌جویی در هزینه اینترنت خود بیشتر از قیمت خرید را ذخیره و سود خواهید کرد.

پس از دریافت فایلهای بروزرسانی آنها را چه کنم؟1398/11/13 12:48:55

فایل فشرده rar را در داخل پوشه بسته آموزشی قرار داده و در همانجا از حالت فشرده خارج کنید تا فایل ویدیو مربوطه کنار بقیه ویدیوها قرار گیرد.

چه مدت به بروزرسانی‌های یک بسته آموزشی دسترسی دارم؟1398/11/21 11:05:25

تلاش ما بر این است که تا زمانی که یک بسته از طرف ناشر اصلی آن بروزرسانی شود شما نیز بروزرسانی را دریافت کنید.

پس از خرید این محصول چه چیزی را دریافت خواهم کرد؟1398/11/13 13:03:32

بعد از خرید این محصول به لینک دانلود فایلهای این آموزش دسترسی پیدا خواهید کرد. فایلها بصورت فایل فشرده rar میباشد. همچنین درصورتی که بسته دارای بروزسانی باشد تعدادی فایل فشرده دیگر نیز دریافت خواهید کرد. در داخل فایل فشرده اصلی دانلودی یک پوشه قرار دارد که فیلم‌های mp4 در آن قرار دارند. بسته‌های بروزرسانی را نیز پس از دریافت در این فولدر از حالت فشرده خارج کنید تا یک پوشه به همراه فایلهای منظم شماره گذاری شده از بسته آموزشی داسته باشید.

 

فایلهای خریداری شده بصورت فوق مرتب و شماره گذاری شده داخل یک پوشه است.

بروزرسانی‌های بسته خریداری شده را چگونه دریافت می‌کنم؟1398/11/13 12:33:51

بروزرسانی‌های آموزشی که خریداری کرده‌اید را بصورت فایل‌های جداگانه می‌توانید دانلود نمایید. یعنی لازم نیست کل بسته آموزشی از ابتدا دانلود نمایید.

 

ضمانت رضایت صد درصدی محصول آموزش لاراول

 

In this series, step by step, I’ll show you how to build web applications with Laravel 6. We’ll start with the basics and incrementally dig deeper and deeper, as we review real-life examples. Once complete, you should have all the tools you need. Let’s get to work!

Section 1  Prerequisites

1. At a Glance – Run Time 2:40

Before we dig into the nuts and bolts of Laravel, let’s first zoom out and discuss what exactly happens when a request comes in.

Section 2  Routing

When I learn a new framework, the first thing I do is figure out how the framework’s default splash page is loaded. Let’s work through it together. Our first stop is routes/web.php.

The request() helper function can be used to fetch data from any GET or POST request. In this episode, we’ll learn how to fetch data from the query-string, pass it to a view, and then encode it to protected against potential XSS attacks.

Often, you’ll need to construct a route that accepts a wildcard value. For example, when viewing a specific post, part of the URI will need to be unique. In these cases, we can reach for a route wildcard.

It’s neat that we can provide a closure to handle any route’s logic, however, you might find that for more sizable projects, you’ll almost always reach for a dedicated controller instead. Let’s learn how in this lesson.

Section 3  Database Access

So far, we’ve been using a simple array as our data store. This isn’t very realistic, so let’s learn how to set up a database connection. In this episode, we’ll discuss environment variables, configuration files, and the query builder.

In the previous episode, we used the query builder to fetch the relevant post from the database. However, there’s a second option we should consider: Eloquent. Not only does an Eloquent class provide the same clean API for querying your database, but it’s also the perfect place to store any appropriate business logic.

In a previous episode, we manually created a database table; however, this doesn’t reflect the typical workflow you’ll follow in your day-to-day coding. Instead, you’ll more typically reach for migration classes. In this episode, we’ll discuss what they are and why they’re useful.

It can quickly become tedious to generate all the various files you need. “Let’s make a model, and now a migration, and now a controller.” Instead, we can generate everything we need in a single command. I’ll show you how in this episode.

When possible, the code you write should reflect the manner in which you speak about the product in real life. For example, if you run a school and need a way for students to complete assignments, let’s work those terms into the code. Perhaps you should have an Assignment model that includes a complete() method.

Section 4  Views

If you review the welcome view that ships with Laravel, it contains the full HTML structure all the way up to the doctype. This is fine for a demo page, but in real life, you’ll instead reach for layout files.

Using the techniques you’ve learned in the last several episodes, let’s integrate a free site template into our Laravel project, called SimpleWork.

In this episode, you’ll learn how to detect and highlight the current page in your navigation bar. We can use the Request facade for this.

Laravel provides a useful tool called Mix – a wrapper around webpack – to assist with asset bundling and compilation. In this episode, I’ll show you the basic workflow you’ll follow when working on your frontend.

Let’s next learn how to render dynamic data. The “about” page of the site template we’re using contains a list of articles. Let’s create a model for these, store some records in the database, and then render them dynamically on the page.

Let’s finish up this exercise by creating a dedicated page for viewing a full article.

Let’s review the solution to the homework from the end of the previous episode. To display a list of articles, you’ll need to create a matching route, a corresponding controller action, and the view to iterate over the articles and render them on the page.

Section 5  Forms

There are seven restful controller actions that you should become familiar with. In this episode, we’ll review their names and when you would reach for them.

Now that you’re familiar with resourceful controllers, let’s switch back to the routing layer and review a RESTful approach for constructing URIs and communicating intent.

Now that you understand resourceful controllers and HTTP verbs, let’s build a form to persist a new article.

Browsers, at the time of this writing, only recognize GET and POST request types. No problem, though; we can get around this limitation by passing a hidden input along with our request that signals to Laravel which HTTP verb we actually want. Let’s review the basic workflow in this episode.

Before we move on to cleaning up the controller, let’s first take a moment to review form validation. At the moment, our controller doesn’t care what the user types into each input. We assign each provided value to a property and attempt to throw it in the database. You should never do this. Remember: when dealing with user-provided data, assume that they’re being malicious.

Section 6  Controller Techniques

So far. we’ve been manually fetching a record from the database using a wildcard from the URI. However, Laravel can perform this query for us automatically, thanks to route model binding.

Your next technique is to reduce duplication. If you review our currentArticlesController, we reference request keys in multiple places. Now as it turns out, there’s a useful way to reduce this repetition considerably.

Named routes allow you to translate a URI into a variable. This way, if a route changes at some point down the road, all of your links will automatically update, due to the fact that they’re referencing the named version of the route rather than the hardcoded path.

Section 7  Eloquent

Let’s now switch back to Eloquent and begin discussing relationships. For example, if I have a $user instance, how might I fetch all projects that were created by that user? Or if I instead have a $project instance, how would I fetch the user who manages that project?

For a deeper dive, please review the Eloquent Relationships Laracasts series.

Let’s put our learning from the previous episode to the test. If an article is associated with a user, then we need to add the necessary foreign key and relationship methods. As part of this, though, we’ll also quickly review database factories and how useful they can be during the development and testing phase.

Next up, we have the slightly more confusing “many to many” relationship type. To illustrate this, we’ll use the common example of articles and tags. As we’ll quickly realize, a third table is necessary in order to associate one article with many tags, and one tag with many articles.

Now that we’ve learned how to construct many-to-many relationships, we can finally display all tags for each article on the page. Additionally, we can now filter all articles by tag.

We now understand how to fetch and display records from a linking table. Let’s next learn how to perform inserts. We can leverage the attach() and detach() methods to insert one or many records at once. However, we should also perform the necessary validation to ensure that a malicious user doesn’t sneak an invalid id.

Section 8  Authentication

Thanks to the first-party package, Laravel UI, you can easily scaffold a full registration system that includes sign ups, session handling, password resets, email confirmations, and more. And the best part is you can knock out this tedious and common requirement…in minutes.

In this episode, we’ll discuss the basic password reset flow. If a user forgets their password, a series of actions need to take place: they request a reset; we prepare a unique token and associate it with their account; we fire off an email to the user that contains a link back to our site; once clicked, we validate the token in the link against what is stored in the database; we allow the user to set a new password. Luckily, Laravel can handle this entire workflow for us automatically.

Section 9  Core Concepts

Our first core concept is collection chaining. As you’ve surely learned by now, when fetching multiple records from a database, a Collection instance is returned. Not only does this object serve as a wrapper around your result set, but it also provides dozens upon dozens of useful manipulation methods that you’ll reach for in every project you build.

Laravel provides Cross-Site Request Forgery (CSRF) protection out of the box, but you still may not know exactly what that means. In this lesson, I’ll show you a few examples of how a CSRF attack is executed, as well as how Laravel protects your application against them.

Laravel’s service container is one of the core pillars of the entire framework. Before we review the real implementation, let’s first take a few moments to build a simple service container from scratch. This will give you an instant understanding of what happens under the hood when you bind and resolve keys.

Now that you understand the basics of a service container, let’s switch over to Laravel’s implementation. As you’ll see, in addition to the basics, it can also, in some cases, automatically construct objects for you. This means you can “ask” for what you need, and Laravel will do its best – using PHP’s reflection API – to read the dependency graph and construct what you need!

Now that you have a basic understanding of the service container, we can finally move on to Laravel facades, which provide a convenient static interface to all of the framework’s underlying components. In this lesson, we’ll review the basic structure, how to track down the underlying class, and when you might choose not to use them.

We’ve spent the last two episodes reviewing Laravel’s service container and facades. All of that work is about to pay off, as we move on to service providers. A service provider is a location to register bindings into the container and to configure your application in general.

Section 10  Mail

The easiest way to send an email in Laravel is with the Mail::raw() method. In this lesson, we’ll learn how to submit a form, read a provided email address from the request, and then fire off an email to the person.

It’s useful to view a log of any mail that is sent while in development mode, but let’s switch over to using Mailtrap. This will allow us to simulate a real-life email inbox, which will be especially useful once we begin sending HTML email.

So far, we’ve only managed to send a basic plain-text email. Let’s upgrade to a full HTML-driven email by leveraging Laravel’s mailable classes.

We can alternatively write emails using Markdown! In this lesson, you’ll learn how to send nicely formatted emails constructed by the framework. For the cases when you need to tweak the underlying HTML structure, we’ll also publish the mailable assets and review how to create custom themes.

So far in this chapter, we’ve exclusively reached for Mailable classes to send emails; however, there’s an alternative approach that you might consider as well. A Notification class can be used to notify a user in response to some action they took on your website. The difference is in how the user is notified. Sure, we can send them an email, but we could also notify them via a text message, or Slack notification, or even as a physical post card!

Section 11  Notifications

A notification may be dispatched through any number of “channels.” Perhaps a particular notification should alert the user via email and through the website. Sure, no problem! Let’s learn how in this episode.

Here’s a fun exercise. For this next notification channel, we’ll choose one that I’ve personally never used: SMS messaging. As you’ll see, even with no prior experience, it’s still laughably simple to conditionally fire off text messages to the users of your application.

Section 12  Events

49. Eventing Pros and Cons – Run Time 14:35

Events offer a way for one part of your application to make an announcement that ripples through the entire system. In this episode, we’ll not only review the essentials, but we’ll also discuss the pros and cons to this particular approach to structuring an application.

Section 13 Authorization

50. Limit Access to Authorized Users – Run Time 19:51

For any typical web application, some actions should be limited to authorized users. Perhaps only the creator of a conversation may select which reply best answered their question. If this is the case, we’ll need to write the necessary authorization logic. I’ll show you how in this lesson!

51. Authorization Filters – Run Time 3:55

There will almost certainly be users in your application who should receive special privileges and access. As examples, consider a forum moderator or site administrator. In these cases, we can declare before and after authorizations filters before the intended policy ability is tested.

52. Guessing the Ability Name – Run Time 2:22

Here’s an optional feature that you might consider. If you exclude the ability name when authorizing from your controllers, Laravel will do it’s best to guess the appropriate policy method to call. It does so by creating a map for the typical restful controller actions and their associated policy methods.

53. Middleware-Based Authorization – Run Time 2:22

If you’d prefer not to execute authorization from within your controller actions, you can instead handle it as a route-specific middleware. I’ll show you how in this episode.

Let’s take things up a notch. Beginning with a fresh Laravel installation, let’s build a full role-based authorization system that allows us to dynamically grant and revoke various abilities on a per-user basis.

View the source code for this episode on GitHub.

Section 14 Final Project

You’ve reached the final project for “Laravel From Scratch.” Great job making it this far! To put your skills to the test, our final task is to build a Twitter clone, called “Tweety.” We’ll need to build the design, and add the necessary functionality to login, follow friends, view a timeline, and favorite posts that we like.

In this episode, we begin with the initial project setup.

Before we can dive into writing the core logic, let’s first set aside fifteen minutes or so to design the main timeline page, using Tailwind.

Now that we have a nice – but static – layout in place, we can begin making the different sections dynamic. We’ll begin with the core of our application: tweets!

View the source code for this episode on GitHub.

It wouldn’t be much of a Twitter-clone if we didn’t allow users to follow one another. Let’s begin implementing that functionality now.

View the source code for this episode on GitHub.

59. Expanding the Timeline – Run Time 6:10

Now that we have the necessary functionality to follow other Tweety users, we can fully expand the timeline to include all relevant posts.

60. Construct the Profile Page – Run Time 20:24

Let’s move on and implement a profile page for each user. This page should show their avatar, a short bio, and then a timeline their tweets. This lesson will give us the chance to flex our Tailwind chops!

61. Nested Layout Files with Components – Run Time 5:59

When building your own applications, you’ll likely run into situations where you require nested layout files. Let’s leverage Blade components to make the whole process a cinch.

View the source code for this episode on GitHub.

62. Build the Follow Form – Run Time 19:10

Let’s build a “Follow Me” form for the profile page. This should toggle the follow status for the given user. To implement this, we’ll discuss a few different approaches that you might consider.

View the source code for this episode on GitHub.

63. Profile Authorization Logic – Run Time 7:3

Before we build a form to edit a user’s profile, we must first ensure that the proper authorization is in place.

View the source code for this episode on GitHub.

64. File Storage and Custom Avatars – Run Time 16:10

As part of creating a form to edit a user’s profile, let’s also finally add support for custom avatars. This will give us a chance to review Laravel’s file storage functionality.

View the source code for this episode on GitHub.

65. Build the Explore Users Page – Run Time 10:14

There’s currently no way to browse all of the users. Let’s add an “Explore” page to solve this.

View the source code for this episode on GitHub.

66. Clean Up – Run Time 12:55

Here’s the deal, most applications require hundreds of hours worth of work. We, on the other hand, have about three. With that in mind, we’ll begin wrapping up this final project over the next two episodes. Let’s begin the final stretch with a general sweep through the code-base, as we search for things to tweak or fix.

View the source code for this episode on GitHub.

67. Build a Like/Dislike System – Run Time 28:31 (New)

While there’s naturally so much more we could implement, we unfortunately need to wrap up. We’ll finish with a full review of how to implement a like/dislike system for tweets.

View the source code for this episode on GitHub.

68. Goodbye and Next Steps – Run Time 2:43 (New)

We’ve sadly reached the end of this series; however, if you’d like to continue working on the final project, I’ve included a list of recommended next steps within the GitHub repository’s readme file. Feel free to fork and improve this toy project as much as you wish.

 

این دوره آموزشی در سایت اصلی تکمیل شده است و بروزرسانی نخواهد شد ولی با اینحال در صورت انتشار بروزرسانی در اختیار شما قرار خواهد گرفت.

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