Laravel PHP Learning tutorial class 4

Application Structure

app − This directory contains the core code of the application.

bootstrap − This directory contains the application bootstrapping script.

config − This directory contains configuration files of application.

database − This folder contains your database migration and seeds.

public − This is the application’s document root. It starts the Laravel application. It also contains the assets of the application like JavaScript, CSS, Images, etc.

resources − This directory contains raw assets such as the LESS & Sass files, localization and language files, and Templates that are rendered as HTML.

storage − This directory contains App storage, like file uploads etc. Framework storage (cache), and application-generated logs.

test − This directory contains various test cases.

vendor − This directory contains composer dependencies.

App Directory

  • Console − All the artisan commands are stored in this directory.
  • Events − This directory stores events that your application can raise. Events may be used to alert other parts of your application that a given action has occurred, providing a great deal of flexibility and decoupling.
  • Exceptions − This directory contains your application’s exception handler and is also a good place to stick any exceptions thrown by your application.
  • Http − This directory contains your controllers, filters, and requests.
  • Jobs − This directory contains the queueable jobs for your application.
  • Listeners − This directory contains the handler classes for your events. Handlers receive an event and perform logic in response to the event being fired. For example, a UserRegistered event might be handled by a SendWelcomeEmail listener.
  • Policies − This directory contains various policies of the application
  • Providers − This directory contains various service providers.