Laravel Spark

Spark, scheduled to launch on April 19th, provides the perfect starting point for your next big idea. Forget all the boilerplate and focus on what matters: your application. In this series, Taylor Otwell, the creator of Spark (and Laravel), will teach you the ins and outs of using Spark to build your next great product.

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  • 01

    Episode 1 Run Time 11:58

    What is Spark? Free

    In this opening screencast, I'll give you a quick overview of what Spark is, how to install it, and what a basic setup will look like. I think you'll really enjoy the expressive syntax.
  • 02

    Episode 2 Run Time 5:56

    How to Configure Your New App Free

    In this next screencast, we'll dig into how you, yourself, will get started building and configuring your own application with Spark.
  • 03

    Episode 3 Run Time 4:58

    Intro to Team Billing Free

    In this next episode, I'll demonstrate team billing in Laravel Spark. In the previous lesson we reviewed single-user billing, but you can also configure Spark to bill individual teams - so that a user can belong to multiple teams, all which are on different billing plans (much like GitHub Organizations).
  • 04

    Episode 4 Run Time 4:56

    Accessing the Current Team Free

    In the previous screencast, I gave you an introduction to team billing. Now, in this video, we'll discuss the concept of your "current team" - and how you might interact with that in your JavaScript and PHP code.
  • 05

    Episode 5 Run Time 4:26

    API Driven Development Free

    In this episode, we'll discuss API-driven development in Laravel Spark. This is particularly nice because it allows you to use the exact same API for your web front-end as you might expose to your customers, via an external API.
  • 06

    Episode 6 Run Time 7:03

    Kiosk Free

    In this lesson, we'll review Spark's developer kiosk. The kiosk is a backend interface, where you may perform a number of actions, including reviewing your daily revenue, making announcements to your users, impersonating users, and more.

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