WebCitz has a team of Laravel developers ready to help design, develop and launch your website in the Laravel platform. For most website design projects, our team utilizes WordPress, but for complex developments with a lot of custom functionality requirements we often find Laravel to be the platform of choice. In the past, we've worked on Laravel projects to develop and consume APIs for handling large volumes of data, with integrations such as Algolia, Pusher, Nova and several other popular services. We've even built out custom import and export tools, ecommerce functionality, complex cart funnels, search functionality and price comparisons within the Laravel framework. The Laravel platform excels at data management, scalability and programming extensibility, which are great assets for any complex website design project.
Laravel is a web application framework for creating highly functional web and app projects. WebCitz recommends Laravel for projects with exceptional development requirements that cannot be satisified by pre-built solutions.
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WebCitz was selected to migrate RxOneShop.com, a Magento 1.9 ecommerce website, into the Laravel framework. The Laravel framework was chosen due to the enormous functionality requirements of the project. Development features included the build of a daily import portal for supplier price files, a price comparison tool to see savings, complex supplier-level cart functionality, dropship notifications to suppliers, custom-built search functionality, automated cart push notifications, API development for app functionality, and much more!
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Laravel is PHP framework, that’s easy to use, is free and open sourced. Many developers use it for its complete authentication system, modular packaging system, automatic testing, object relational mapping, and more.
Laravel is backend, and it allows you to build full-stack apps and apps that need to have a backend. Such examples are exports, order management, user accounts, and more.
It’s a framework and uses the PHP language, which means it’s not a programming language. The difference is, a programming language involves minimal rules, and a framework abides by several tools using a programming language.
If you’re looking to develop a fast, easy and durable application, then Laravel is great for this. It abides by visual, model, and controller-based architectural patterns. Alongside this, it has an expressive syntax that is orientated around projects.