VERSION: LARAVEL 5.4
Hi, I want to design a large scale application which is similar to below and need advice on how I should design the project in Laravel 5.4
Application type: School Application
Access Levels (with brief summary of abilities): • Teachers o Calendar, View all students, analyze student progress, etc • Students o Can view calendar, past papers, etc • Parents o Can view their students (i.e children) progress be it test scores, calendar, school fees, etc • System Administrator o Responsible for managing staff access on system • Headmaster o Can manage teachers i.e review class performance, calendars, schedule events, etc • Finance o Manages invoices, fees, etc
Example Folder structure (that I would normally use for php only project):
Folder Depth 0
Folder Depth 1
Folder Depth 2
Folder Depth 3 Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 Year … Year … Year … Year 11 Year 12 Year …
As shown above in access level summaries, various access levels will have access to past papers, all have access to calendar and homepage, only finance can view/update/create/delete all invoices, etc
What is the recommended way to convert this concept to a MVC format for Laravel project (i.e a school application) that has these requirements? Should I simply create this exact folder structure within the views? And for routes, will I have to wrap each access levels pages within conditionals for each access level?
NOTE: I am moving from a plain PHP project to a php framework project therefore I am used to just creating the folders for each section as shown above
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