First steps with Laravel Inertia

- Andrés Cruz

En español
First steps with Laravel Inertia

Conditions:

  • Lifetime Book in the Kindle Store (Amazon)
  • Pdf, mobie, epub (Leanpub)
  • Frequent updates to add more and more sections and maintenance.
  • Contact by messages

This book is aimed at anyone who wants to start developing with Laravel Inertia whose main advantage is that we can use Vue components as if they were blade views and with the added advantage of having all the power of Vue together with Laravel.

For those people who want to learn something new, learn about a tool with little documentation and most of it is in English.
For people who want to improve a skill in web development, who want to grow as a developer.
As long as you identify with at least one of the points listed above, this book is for you.

Map

This book has a total of 16 chapters, it is recommended that you read in the order in which they are arranged and as we explain the components of the framework, go directly to practice, replicate, test and modify the codes that we show in this book.

  • Chapter 1: In this chapter we will learn about the Laravel Inertia tool and what it offers us when developing web applications.
  • Chapter 2: In this chapter we are going to create a project in Laravel Inertia.
  • Chapter 3: In this chapter we are going to know the characteristics of a project in Laravel Inertia, both the structure that a project brings by default, and its basic operation.
  • Chapter 4: In this chapter we are going to create the typical CRUD to learn the basics of Laravel Inertia and its communication with components in Vue.
  • Chapter 5: In this chapter we are going to learn about the use of redirects and flash messages.
  • Chapter 6: In this chapter we are going to create the CRUD process for the posts, taking all the topics covered in the previous chapters.
  • Chapter 7: In this chapter we will learn about the upload process in Laravel Inertia and using third-party plugins.
  • Chapter 8: In this chapter we are going to install third-party plugins using Vue, specifically, the CKEditor plugin.
  • Chapter 9: In this chapter we are going to know the confirmation dialogs and toast messages of Laravel Inertia and using third-party plugins.
  • Chapter 10: In this chapter we are going to know the communication between components of components used directly from Laravel, for that, we will create a form step by step.
  • Chapter 11: In this chapter we are going to implement filters and a search field for a list from the administration module.
  • Chapter 12: In this chapter we are going to implement the ordering of columns of a table in a list from the administration module.
  • Chapter 13: In this chapter we are going to create the end user view blog module, a listing and detail page.
  • Chapter 14: In this chapter we are going to create a shopping cart, which includes the typical CRUD and screens.
  • Chapter 15: In this chapter we are going to explain some essential options that we can use when sending requests through the Inertia object.
  • Chapter 16: In this chapter we are going to create a CRUD type to do list application with reordering via Drag and Drop.

The book is currently in development, therefore there will be more chapters in the future.

Andrés Cruz

Desarrollo con Laravel, Django, Flask, CodeIgniter, HTML5, CSS3, MySQL, JavaScript, Vue, Android, iOS, Flutter

Andrés Cruz en Udemy

Acepto recibir anuncios de interes sobre este Blog.