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In this course, I don’t cover much of the introduction to Laravel, that’s why I recommend some Laravel knowledge before subscribing to this course. In this course, we are building a Laravel forum from scratch. For students who enroll in the course, I provide the theme that we will use as well as other materials that we use in this course. What we will build: forum members In this course, we are building a forum using Laravel and the Telegram API. The forum has categories and each category has forums. Each forum contains threads or topics. Unauthenticated users can view forum categories and forums, but must login to start a discussion in any forum. Every discussion has answers. Replies have the Like and Dislike button displayed if the logged in user is not the author of the reply. The number of likes and dislikes affects the rank of the user. Likes increase the user’s rank while dislikes reduce the user’s rank. When the user is logged in, they are redirected to the profile page where they can update their profile information. The laravel forum displays all logged in users as well as the page of all forum members. Admin The Laravel forum administrator has full control of the forum. The admin has CRUD (CREATE, READ, UPDATE, and DELETE) permissions on categories, forums, threads, users, and replies. The administrator has access to the user’s profiles and can update them. Notifications Users are notified when someone replies to the thread they started or when someone likes the reply. The administrator is notified when a new user joins the forum. Telegram API We link the laravel forum to a telegram group so that notifications are sent to the group by the telegram bot when registering a new user, starting a new thread and new reply to the discussion. Category Search On the laravel forum home page we have a search form where users can search for specific keywords and then categories with those keywords will be displayed if they exist Access Control We Let’s implement access control where normal users cannot access the admin panel whether or not they know the admin panel URL. For this, we use admin middleware to redirect non-admin users to their profile page if they get the admin route and try to access it. Users also cannot edit the profiles of other users. The Laravel topics we will cover are: Laravel application structure, Laravel MVC, Laravel Controllers, Laravel Models, Laravel Mailable, Laravel Migrations, Laravel views, Laravel Observers, Laravel commands, Laravel Notificatifiable, Laravel Routes, Laravel Named Routes, Laravel Eloquent, Laravel database, Laravel blade model
I tried to register on your website to get the download but it said my email must not be more than 20 characters. Not sure what I can do?
Your course looks interesting.