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Design Patterns in PHP and Laravel

Book

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xxiii
  2. Kelt Dockins
    Pages 1-7
  3. Kelt Dockins
    Pages 9-17
  4. Kelt Dockins
    Pages 19-24
  5. Kelt Dockins
    Pages 25-32
  6. Kelt Dockins
    Pages 33-36
  7. Kelt Dockins
    Pages 37-44
  8. Kelt Dockins
    Pages 45-49
  9. Kelt Dockins
    Pages 51-54
  10. Kelt Dockins
    Pages 55-62
  11. Kelt Dockins
    Pages 63-69
  12. Kelt Dockins
    Pages 71-76
  13. Kelt Dockins
    Pages 77-83
  14. Kelt Dockins
    Pages 85-91
  15. Kelt Dockins
    Pages 93-101
  16. Kelt Dockins
    Pages 103-114
  17. Kelt Dockins
    Pages 115-121
  18. Kelt Dockins
    Pages 123-133
  19. Kelt Dockins
    Pages 135-146
  20. Kelt Dockins
    Pages 147-155

About this book

Introduction

This book teaches you design patterns in PHP and Laravel using real-world examples and plenty of humor. Too often design patterns are explained using tricky concepts, when in fact they are easy to use and can enrich your everyday development. Design Patterns in PHP and Laravel aims to break down tricky concepts into humorous and easy-to-recall details, so that you can begin using design patterns easily in your everyday work with PHP and Laravel. 

You will learn each of the original gang of four design patterns, and how they are relevant to modern PHP and Laravel development. Each pattern is covered with full examples of how it can be used. Written by a working developer who uses these patterns every day, you will easily be able to implement each pattern into your workflow and improve your development.

Keywords

design patterns Laravel PHP larasign web development content management dockins

Authors and affiliations

  1. 1.DolphUSA

About the authors

Kelt Dockins is a humble narcissistic web developer. He works as a full stack freelancer. He specializes in quick to market web applications and minimum viable products for start ups. He has worked on small projects, medium size projects and even a few small-medium sized projects. He loves being a father, a husband and a developer. He's worked with many programming languages such as Visual Basic 6.0, c++, Java, perl, bash, prolog, .NET stack, html, css, javascript and php. For the last 3 years, he's been using php and the ever-so popular Laravel framework to stay at home and eat bacon while earning it at the same time. He does love bacon. 

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