Social Network / Sending friend requests

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1. Introduction

04:28

2. A fresh Laravel installation

04:00

3. Setting the app name

01:09

4. Tidying up default Laravel files

02:10

5. Home controller and base template

08:58

6. Flash messages

02:44

7. Users table migration

04:58

8. Signing up

20:24

9. Signing in

15:39

10. Signing out

01:52

11. Auth and guest middleware

04:17

12. Searching for people

15:26

13. Profile pictures

03:24

14. User profiles

07:28

15. Updating profile information

12:18

16. Friend table migration

02:52

17. Showing friends

09:45

18. Friends page

05:57

19. Showing friend requests

04:11

20. Friend model methods

11:50

21. Sending friend requests

07:51

22. Accepting friend requests

07:17

23. Showing the timeline page

02:28

24. Status table migration

02:19

25. Posting statuses

09:44

26. Showing statuses on the timeline

10:04

27. Replying to statuses

15:22

28. Showing status replies

03:58

29. User profile statuses

06:05

30. Fix: User profile statuses reply form

00:45

31. Like table migration

03:14

32. Likeable polymorphic relationships

03:23

33. Liking a status

12:14

34. Output like count

05:10

35. Refactor: hasLikeStatus method

02:14

36. Custom 404 page

02:01

37. Deleting friends

08:20

Social Network

  • 4 hours 6 mins
  • Released 3 years ago

A social network built with Laravel and Bootstrap. Authenticate, add and accept friend requests, post to a timeline, reply to and like friend's statuses.

Discussions (3)

Kelvin
2 months ago

Why you create controller manually instead of scaffold?

Rudy
5 months ago

Wich Laravel version are you using?

Jamie
4 months ago

I also wish to know this. I think it's 5.1 from the docs he is looking at. I usually use 5.5.40 LTS (Long Term Support) which is the latest LTS version of Laravel at the time of writing this. Whether 5.1 works in a 5.5 laravel install, and whether it is even done in 5.1 I am not sure. Your best bet is probably to download 5.1 and give it a try or 5.5.40 I guess you would learn either way. A solid answer after 3 weeks though would be good.

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