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The most concise screencasts for the working developer, updated daily.

Apr. 16th 2015

While Laracasts is dedicated to PHP and Laravel, the reality is that most of us need to write JavaScript daily...

Mar. 15th 2015

Envoyer deploys your PHP applications with zero downtime. Just push your code, and let Envoyer deliver your application...

Mar. 11th 2015

Sure, you've learned the essentials of using Eloquent in your applications, but do you really understand what's going on under...

Dec. 31st 2014

There's no two ways about it: terminology in the testing world is incredibly overwhelming. Let's fix that! Bit by bit...

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These folks think Laracasts is pretty dang cool.

Taylor Otwell

Laracasts is insane!

Shawn McCool

Laracasts is the shit.

Ian Landsman

Really, Laracasts is totally off the hook. Jeffrey Way is an amazing teacher.

Dries Vints

Probably the most "must-watch" web development screencasts on the internet.

Eric Barnes

Laracasts is the premier learning tool for Laravel. The tutorials are always concise and relevant. If you use Laravel, subscribing is a must!

Chris Fidao

Even when developing something I "know," I review Laracasts on the topic. There's always something new Jeff talks about, even if it's just a different point of view.

Ricardo Fuhrmann

The best resource to learn Laravel! Jeffrey did an amazing job. This was exactly what was missing for the community.

Ionut Tanasa

Laracasts was the missing piece in learning Laravel. Yeah there were some series on other websites, but none of them was at this level.

Tolu Olowu

Jeffrey is simply a one-of-a-kind tutor - teaching is obviously his calling. Laravel and Laracasts, twice as nice!!

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Hi, I'm Jeffrey!

There's a chance that you may already know me! Well-respected in the PHP community, I am a co-host on the Laravel podcast, have written a number of successful books, built popular packages, contributed to many open-source projects, spoken at every Laracon conference, been a guest on countless podcasts (including PHP Town Hall, Shop Talk, No Capes, and Bootstrapped.fm), and have contributed to the largest web development magazines in the world.

And if I may be so bold, I'm really good at teaching this stuff. You won't find sleep-inducing slides and diagrams anywhere on this site. No, here, we're entirely focused on the code - like we're sitting next to each other.