This is part two of my “Laravel vs. Yii” series and this time we will have a look at schema design and migration support. Both candidates provide you with some nifty tools to directly interact with your database of choice. But before we dive into ORMs like ActiveRecord or Eloquent we will take a look at how to define a schema and create some tables. Just as we would do in a real world application.
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