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Getting Started with Laravel 4 by Raphaël Saunier

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Structure of a Laravel application

In the next two chapters, we will be installing Laravel and creating our first application. Any new project already has a complete directory tree and even some placeholder files to get you up and running in very little time. This structure is a great starting point, but as we will see in the final chapter of this book, it is also customizable. Here is what it looks like:

./app/ # Your Laravel application ./app/commands/ # - Command line scripts ./app/config/ # - Configuration files ./app/controllers/ # - Controllers ./app/database/ # - Database migrations and seeders ./app/lang/ # - Localisation variables ./app/models/ # - Classes used to represent entities ./app/start/ # - Startup scripts ./app/storage/ # - Cache ...

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