Laravel, the Open-Source Framework

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Laravel is a PHP-based web framework that is available as an open-source project. Users can use it for free because it is an open-source web framework. Taylor Otwell built Laravel with the goal of developing web applications using the Model-View-Controller (MVC) architectural model based on Symfony. Laraval was released for the first time in 2011.

GitHub is the host of Laravel’s source code. Laraval was created by Taylor Otwell as an attempt to provide a great substitute for the Igniter Framework. Some of the features of Laraval are

  1. It has different ways for assessing databases which are related to each other
  2. It has its modular packaging system with a Completely-Dedicated Dependency Manager.

Why Laravel?

Over the years, security risks have become increasingly hazardous. Laravel plays a role in this since it helps to secure the web application by guarding it against potentially dangerous security concerns. Cross-Site Scripting, Cross-Site Request Forgery, and SQL injection are all security risks that it safeguards against.

10 Laravel Competitors

  1. CodeIgniter
  2. Angular
  3. Cake PHP
  4. Symfony
  5. Slim Framework
  6. Laminas Project
  7. Yii
  8. Modx
  9. G2 Delas
  10. Phalcon

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