Laravel

 Laravel framework is an open-source web application development framework for PHP. It is written in PHP and uses a Server-Side Model–View–Controller (MVC) design pattern. Laravel is used to build many different types of applications, including blogs, news websites, and e-commerce platforms. It was created by Taylor Otwell in 2011 using a modified version of the Zend Framework and merged into it. It’s considered a standard in the PHP community, and the third most popular software project on GitHub. Laravel is built on top of PSR-7 (PHP Standards Recommendation), which means that it adheres to some coding conventions when writing code.

The migration command is a PHP file that tells Laravel how to create the tables in your database. You can use artisan to create a migration, or you can manually write the code yourself. The migration file is named using the plural of Migrations::table Name format; so if you want to add an extra table called “users”, then you would call it Migrations::users Table instead of just the user’s table.

Laravel has many relationships. It’s very easy to use relationships in Laravel, and they can be used in many ways. A relationship is a class that represents a connection between two models. For example, you might have an employee model that has a manager:

`class Employee < Application Record.