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Thank you for answering your own question and not just leaving it when you figured it out. I have been working on a problem of my own and same as you at the time new to Resources.
But this solved my problem I was doing the exact same thing. Soo soo thankful they didn't delete this.
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Thank you for the quick response!
So I would use the make:resource className file to transform my data to JSON lets say and then the make:controller className file would handle the rest of the work?
Started a new Conversation Make:Resource Vs Make: Controller
I am working on building a Web App with an Admin facing back-end, that is mainly laravel 7 and JS and a PWA client side app that is HTML 5, CSS, and JS. I am new to laravel and a little confused from reading the documentation and some stack overflow posts on when it is best or when I should make an api resource class vs a controller class.
My question is, what is the difference between resources and controller classes and what is the best practice for when to use them?
Would I use the controller classes strictly for the Admin facing CRUD and resource class for sending and retrieving JSON data from the back-end? It seems like they both can be used either way.