4.05 (370 reviews)
☑ At the end of this course students will be able to deploy their laravel installation online free of charge
Laravel is a great PHP framework, that helps us build really complex applications, fast and secured, but the hosting part can be a little daunting at first.This is a short course in which students will learn how to deploy their laravel applications online fast, easy and free.
On the path to deploying your Laravel installation you will also learn some really good skills, here is the list.
PassS stands for platform as a service, and on this course I will introduce you to one.
2. UI Setup
On this PassS we are going to learn how to setup our application through their web interface which is pretty easy and awesome.
3. Command line setup
Here we are going to use our terminal or command prompt window to setup our application with this PassS. Don’t worry, this will not be as hard as you think, this stuff is easy.
4. Nameserver setup
On this part, we will learn how to change our nameservers to make our app visible by using our own custom domains.
Finally, we’ll learn how to setup a PostgreSQL database for our Laravel application, offline and online.
If you are ready to Learn how to deploy a Laravel Application online, then come and join me on this course.
See you inside!
Let's get Laravel on the cloud!
Creating our app
Setting up app configurations
Deploying our project online
Laravel variable configurations
Connecting to PostGre locally
Connecting to the app database
Registering and Login in through our online application
Setting our project locally
Hi Edwin Diaz Thanks a lot for this interesting lecture, your accent is sweet i like it. I hope i can flow you in Udemy and Linkedin.
Nice Course , i learned a lot of valuable information about how to deploy my laravel application cloud
should clarify from the very beggining this is how to deploy on a PaSS service. I was looking on how to deploy on apache.
nice course. easy to understand some logics for example serverless, heroku and deploying a laravel or any other php app to heroku. thx to edwin.
While this course is definitely not for beginners and is real fast paced it does show how to use Heroku with a Laravel app using PostgreSQL.
Edwin Diaz rocks as an intrsuctor. He's keeping you motivated, instructive, never forgets any detail so you can't miss any learning step, and last bnut not least, very friendly and spontaneousin his way of teaching. You will learn a lot, and never be let aside, and have fun all along. If you want to learn Laravel no matter if your a beginner or already expert developper, just follow his master course: https://www.udemy.com/php-with-laravel-for-beginners-become-a-master-in-laravel/learn/v4/overview Stéphane
there s not much about laravel and none laravel tricks , the guy is telling about using the heroku , maybe you should change the name of this course
This course was a very useful experience for me. I successfully deployed my first app. Thank you, Edwin...You are awesome :)
Good quick course for me. I've taken Edwin's Laravel course and others. I've been looking for some options to deploy to cloud so this really helped. The course answered all my questions. Might be nice to add to this course of how to deploy to mySql on heroku with ClearDB. Personally I'd like to deploy to one server a number of Laravel apps - would be nice to see how this could be done with heroku or other options. Thanks Edwin
its good but he should have installed the software in the video so that its easier to understand... whats the point of learning something if i cant even install the required softwares
Excellent course for getting your Laravel projects online!! I highly recommend this course for anyone wanting to take the next step in Laravel. Excellent job Mr. Edwin Diaz!!!
In this course is using Heroku but it is no longer free, and is not using a more common platform as shared linux server or so.
Very detailed explanation. I successfully deployed a Laravel app to Heroku following the step-by-step instructions.
Yes, this is what i need to deploy my project to server, during i study laravel I don't know where to host it, now make me me fully understand...
Yet to see exceptional benefits from it and its too platform specific. Re: Yes Edwin I agree with you but it seems to be a bit rushed, too platform specific and definitely a handful for beginners. I would have thought a simple means to launch laravel on a shared host would have been nice.