In this opening screencast, I'll give you a quick overview of what Spark is, how to install it, and what a basic setup will look like. I think you'll really enjoy the expressive syntax.
In this next screencast, we'll dig into how you, yourself, will get started building and configuring your own application with Spark.
In this next episode, I'll demonstrate team billing in Laravel Spark. In the previous lesson we reviewed single-user billing, but you can also configure Spark to bill individual teams - so that a user can belong to multiple teams, all which are on different billing plans (much like GitHub Organizations).
In this episode, we'll discuss API-driven development in Laravel Spark. This is particularly nice because it allows you to use the exact same API for your web front-end as you might expose to your customers, via an external API.
In this lesson, we'll review Spark's developer kiosk. The kiosk is a backend interface, where you may perform a number of actions, including reviewing your daily revenue, making announcements to your users, impersonating users, and more.