i've made some startexercieses and they were pretty cool.
But i still have one question:
how does laravel match a model to the equivalent of the database?
So in my lessons i had a table "articles" and a model called article, with which i could use the "articles" table.
But how does laravel identify this model?
For example if i have a table called "works" and i try to use the model "exams" how can i tell laravel which model it has to use?
A concrete example: I have a table currencies, which has an 1:n relation to for example orders.
So my model is called currency and the table is called currencies.
I moved from th doctrine project to laravel, in doctrine i could define the table and class in the *.yaml.
Is there any equivalent method in laravel?