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Laravel 8.x: ECOM SHOP

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Product is rated as #40 in category Laravel

You’ll learn how to code your own E–commerce web application using the most powerful and user–friendly framework available to web developers, Laravel.

By the end of the course, you’ll also be able to build and add powerful features to your web apps including PayPal Payment System

If you have basic knowledge of Laravel and you want to go to the next level – this course is definitely for you.

Instructor Details

Roman Granskyi is Full Stack Developer. As a developer for over 5 years, Roman has traveled the world building applications on a wide variety of topics, including: Ruby development, big data analysis, and software engineering. I specialize in responsive web development using PHP, Ruby on Rails, HTML5, CSS3, & JS to create websites and web apps that look great on smartphones, tablets, laptops, desktop computers and beyond. I'm very passionate about projects that are socially innovative, environmentally conscious, and/or involve ethics & technology.

Specification: Laravel 8.x: ECOM SHOP

Duration 13 hours
Year 2020
Level Intermediate
Certificate Yes
Quizzes No

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    Marcus Simpson

    Firstly, I don’t share such a review lightly. I appreciate the effort that authors put into their work. That being said, this course, while perhaps valid in that the app herein works, should not serve as training material for those wanting to improve their Laravel skills. The author has either not read Laravel documentation or is choosing to follow old PHP patterns. Even if the approach taught herein works, you should not use this to code your apps. Among many issues, controllers are not RESTful. HTML code is mixed into controllers and passed to views. To be sure, we’re talking passing in HTML elements as strings to a view along with a PHP data object. Then, in the Blade view, you are rendering the contents of that string. Improper use of the controller. Route naming is overly complex and does not follow best practices. The author uses a GET request for a DELETE route, meaning that important security vulnerabilities exist in the taught approach. Carelessness in route definitions and lack of understanding of request types is unacceptable as an instructor (don’t teach security weaknesses). The author mixes in jQuery extensively, which is fine if that’s your thing but can be better accomplished by Javascript libraries like Vue. The author appears without knowledge that the field has moved on from heavy jQuery usage. No Vue as far as I can tell (after 50%). Lecture 68 is blank (quality control). No request validation in controllers. Finally, the author’s narration is not helpful. He states what he is typing but offers little to no narration of why he is doing something. His narration style is ‘type along’, go here type this do this. Perhaps a language barrier, more likely the author hasn’t thought about what he wants to express. You are watching him code but not being taught, so to speak. An example of something that is foreign to me in which I would have loved an explanation is this in a controller method: json decode(json encode($proImages)). Would have loved an explanation of the decode wrapping encode. In conclusion, there are far better authors and trainers. Don’t learn anti patterns. Most importantly, if you are striving to correctly follow best patterns, you should rely on the official docs for a framework. If you teach patterns that are clearly contradicted by those docs or leaders in that field, you should not be teaching at this time. Despite the few redeeming elements, the few tips I could pick up, I would pass on this course. I suspect that those giving high marks to this author are either novices or otherwise unaware of Laravel best practices.

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    Clayton Abraham

    Just Great Course

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    Elton Christison

    Awesome Course

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    Camilla Benini

    Fantastic Course

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    Alessa Crespo

    Excellent coding language

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    Daria Baldini

    So Great Course

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    Barnes Coleman

    Good course

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