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Francesco Malatesta, born in 1990, is a web developer and a curious enthusiast from Vasto, a wonderful city on the Italian eastern coast. He actually lives in Rome, where he is studying computer engineering. He received his first PC at the age of six, and since then, they have never separated. It's not all about computers, however; he also likes to travel, add new items to his movie collection, and create new awesome experiences. This book is a perfect example. 'Never stop' is his key. He is the founder of Laravel-Italia, the Italian Laravel community. He works as a freelancer developer and consultant, but he also writes for Sitepoint, in the PHP section, and HTML.IT, the first portal about information technology in Italy. He started his first job in web development when he was 15 years old. In the past, he has translated three books, which are Laravel: Code Happy (by Dayle Rees), Code Bright (by Dayle Rees), and Laravel Testing: Decoded (by Jeffrey Way).
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You see, Laravel doesn't hold to convention and gleefully breaks code with sub-version changes. This means that your chances of figuring out just which sub-version a particular tutorial or book was written for - unless they specify the sub-version - is about nil. And if you don't use the exact same sub-version, the code won't work.
Add to that, the fact that Laravel can come out with weekly sub-versions and what you get is a maddenly hard-to-hit moving target.
I would not buy stock in any company planning to use this framework! I switched to Yii2 and have been quite pleased.
It`s easy to read, good examples to help you understand the features and concepts of Eloquent. I am used to write my SQL query by hand, so this ORM-thing is a transition, but this book made me enjoy letting go of the control. It`s nice to not have SQL in my PHP code... Lots of good overviews in lists and tables makes it easy grasp the information. All my questions and skepticism where met and put to ease (advanced where-clauses, table joining, delete without really deleting (soft delete), query scopes (because you don`t want to repeat yourself, but a lot of queries will have the same constraints, and sometimes these can be advanced), conversion to array and JSON and so one. The book is awesome, and so is Eloquent!