This intermediate tutorial covers Eloquent relationships, Authentication, Dependency Injection, Route Model Binding, Authorization, and more. Both of these Laravel tutorials are fantastic resources for getting up and running with the framework.
Of course, if you are just getting started with Laravel check out our Laravel Tutorial on building your first application.
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