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Structuring Laravel for larger projects

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Structuring Laravel for larger projects
21 mins6 years ago

You'll quickly outgrow the default Laravel structure as your app grows. Without much effort, let's look at some small changes that'll make a huge difference.

Alex Garrett-Smith
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