Laravel - Architect YouTube-Like Platforms [Integrated Course]

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Learn
  • Create user account component
  • Create search component
  • Integrate advanced features like subscriptions, history page, like and dislike buttons, comment sections, and so on
  • Deploy the application online
About

Laravel is on the top when it comes to PHP frameworks. There are multiple reasons for this. One of this being that it can handle heavy data with ease. This makes a perfect choice when you are dealing with applications with video steaming.

Laravel: Architect YouTube-like Platforms provides a step-by-step guide that will help you create your very own video sharing application much like YouTube and Vimeo right from scratch.

We begin this course by setting up the required environment and tools to that we would require to complete our project. We then start by building components one-by-one. We start by creating the user account component that deals with authentication, account information and other essentials. We then move on to build the search components and channels. We will also learn how to include features like subscriptions, history page, like and dislike buttons, comment sections, and so on.

Finally, we will learn how to use Amazon Web Services (AWS) for video transcoding and storage. By the end of this course you will have a solid platform that I will teach you to launch to production.

Key Features

  • Step-by-step tutorial
  • Regular assessments and quizzes.
  • End-of-course DIY projects

Who this course is for

This course will be for beginner and moderate developers, and will give them the foundational tools needed to build a platform such as this.

Features
  • Step-by-step tutorial
  • Regular assessments and quizzes
  • End-of-course DIY projects
Course Length 2 hours 51 minutes
ISBN 9781788390590
Date Of Publication 20 Dec 2017

Authors

Markus Gray

Markus Gray is a full-stack web developer/designer with 11 years' experience, based in Philadelphia. He has diverse and deep interests in most trending technologies. He spends most of his time helping public and private companies and has also worked with the federal government in the department of education. Currently, he is the CEO of Syncware Technologies, Inc.