In this section we'll be building a user administration tool. User admins are one of the most common components to be found in web applications. They also use a number of important systems that we want to explore with Laravel including database interactions, forms, and routing.
We'll be storing and retrieving records from a database so now it would be a good time for you to create a database for this application. Keep the database name, user, and password handy.
Let's get started.
Armed with our database name, user, and password, we can now tell Laravel how to connect to our database.
Open the file
application/config/database.php and scan the contents. You'll find example ...