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21st June, 2017
If all you are looking for at the moment is simple CRUD, check out Voyager or some other "do it all" admin package, you can be up and running quick, aside from MAYBE some MS SQL specific weirdness if you run into any issues with it.
That being said, the reason CRUD with old procedural code comes easy is because that's what you are used to. Laravel really is the easiest framework to hit the ground running, but there is still a learning curve. Give it time. The extra time you give now will pay dividends shortly.
15th May, 2017
You must be running a way old version of Laravel.....wasn't "scan" dropped about the same time as annotations and then Laravel Collective has it in the annotations package since then? So, yeah - Snappy is correct in that it does exist in Laravel per se.
4th May, 2017
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I'm saying if you are going to bring up something like that, at least put it where it belongs and why anyone could possibly thing here is the correct place is beyond me.
User feedback is great - but it literally seems that sometimes every single minor change people make you will ALWAYS have people complaining.
You're right, this is nowhere near the right place. Take it up with Taylor, not random people on Jeff's site.
Don't you also think Taylor or whoever does the official site thought about the ramifications before changing stuff like this and decided it would work better?
27th February, 2017
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While I can see what you are asking - it's quite a reasonable request, actually - obviously Jeffrey made a decision to do it that way, and is just catering to the masses, which I also totally completely understand.
I can also understand if Jeffrey reads this, he's just going to throw it out anyway since your quote above comes off as a bit meldramatic, don't you think?
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Well, first of all Laracasts is a GREAT resource for using Laravel, but I don't get why you are bitching here. Laracasts didn't create Laravel, so frankly your criticisms need to be directing toward the right place. Honestly, if you'd have followed the videos here, I can guarantee that as long as you were comprehending the videos, you should have little trouble. If you get stuck, post your EXACT issue and we can help you through it. You will also get more help if you aren't "ranty" about it.
Also, if downloading a few things to get started with a new framework upsets you, you probably shouldn't be bothering even learning anything like Laravel as any technological framework will require some effort to solve issues.
That being said, honestly, you probably should not have went the WAMP way. Homestead isn't perfect on Windows, but it's honestly the best way to get started on Windows. Good luck!
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