See you at Laravel Live 2018!
Abhishek Sharma
March 7, 2018

A community grows through the people who are passionate about the subject wanting to share their knowledge. And when there are new generations of people to follow this lead with their contribution. Example, Stack Overflow or TED is an ongoing phenomena because of its strong community of contributors. Growth of a community requires an active participation both as promoters(here’s us attending the Laracon Online 2018) and contributors. So this time if you’re attending Laravel Live on 17th March 2018 in Delhi, you’ll find us speaking on some of these topics:

 

Why you should rewrite applications to Laravel

A success story of Liferay (Java) to Laravel (PHP)

 

Rewriting applications is a common reality of business. It helps products evolve and survive through time. This talk focuses on when you should rewrite and how you can make it successful with Laravel.

To take it further, we would consider the rewrite of an enterprise grade application from the Liferay framework to Laravel. The rewrite helped business to launch an improvised product and become profitable.

 

Session Details

  1. How to know when you should consider a rewrite? Know how it aligns with the business goals.
  2. Why to choose Laravel and how to make the most out of it.
  3. Looking closely at the rewrite of an application from Liferay framework (Java) to Laravel (PHP). How it helped an organisation to evolve and become profitable.

Presented by: Nishanth KD, LinkedIn

 

Make your Laravel apps available on mobile

Utilise ReactJS components in React Native with the release of preset react

 

Applications today require a native mobile version along with the web version. In my experience using ReactJS for web, ReactNative for mobile and Laravel for the backend service helps reduce effort and keeps things simple. This talk would focus on how these three combined together enable us to achieve more with less code.

 

Session Details

  1. React with Laravel and a brief look at the architecture.
  2. Similarities in ReactJS and React Native .
  3. A closer look with examples of
  4. Social Networking APP (Blog Management)
  5. Reuse React JS web component for React Native component In mobile.

Presented by: Pankaj Agrawal, LinkedIn

 

Laravel and DevOps

Sharing experiences in launching successful application with the right infrastructure

 

Just a standalone Laravel installation doesn’t make your application complete. There are multiple aspects of application development apart from the framework. Server setup, web hosting, file permissions, email configurations, storage, backups and what not! Having all these properly configured makes your application optimized and secure.

This talk focuses on how you can utilize Amazon Web Services to set up your Laravel application in a controlled and secure environment. Most importantly, learn how to reduce the overall infrastructure cost significantly.

 

Session Details:

  1. Getting started with AWS EC2.
  2. Setting up Laravel prerequisites: PHP71, Nginx/Apache, Composer, NPM
  3. Installing Laravel 5.6 and configuring file and directory permissions.
  4. Using LetsEncrypt for SSL setup.
  5. Automated backups of your Laravel Application. Laravel Scheduler and AWS S3.
  6. AWS Simple Email Service for all your outgoing emails and app notifications.
  7. Automated tools that configure your application infrastructure: Envoyer, Forge, etc.

 


Presented by: Vaibhav Rathore, LinkedIn

 

Best approach to get the right Laravel talent

Scale your Laravel Team

 

Building a project in Laravel is a delightful experience. It offers the ability to quickly prototype by jumpstarting the development while maintaining the scalability of driving an enterprise level solution. However, it all comes down to the team implementing the solution and the people part on it. Finding the right talent and getting them on speed in Laravel development can be tough task, but is critical to the success of the project and the organisation. It can deciding factor in the success of the small scale organisations venturing into the ecosystem who might not have the resources to hire a large pool of top level talents in Laravel.

 

This talk focuses on the approach towards training fresh talent in Laravel. Session Details:

  • Importance of having the right talent work on your project
  • Benefits of investing in training and community building
  • What to look for in a candidate
  • What to train about
  • How to conduct the training –
    • Duration
    • Content
    • Workflow
  • Onboarding on project after training

 

Presented by: Tushar Bohra, LinkedIn

 

Harness design basics for greater development


As observed by the popularity of Apple products and its like, there’s an increased expectation from design and tech for the success of the product. This is true for all products including the software applications. It demands an excellence from designers and developers to collaborate better. This collaboration or overlap while building the application is where the magic happens. A framework is a great medium to allow for this collaboration. And identifying patterns and bringing a new awareness in the process of development can make teams more efficient and harness the magic.

This talk covers-

  • The art of building greater applications by paying attention to design from the start
  • Realising the ways of deviating from the basics and its consequences
  • Increasing effectiveness of iterations and feedback



 

Why me for this talk?
We believe in building applications with a strong integration of technology and design. However, what matters is the play between tech and design for a remarkable execution. From our experience, we see a scope in this area to make the process of building softwares more efficient. Despite the maturity of design and development team, we’ve faced iterations after iterations to perfect the application interface. This would result in longer timelines and increased cost. With minor tweaks and practice we were able to solve this situation. Our team of developers used their existing skills for an enhanced execution. It further enabled them to create viable products faster, without needing the designs. It came from our need to use our resources efficiently and we believe it can benefit others. Though these principles apply for development of websites, or web and mobile softwares of any scope and scale the examples are specific to Laravel for this talk.

 

Presented by: Abhishek Sharma, LinkedIn

 

 

If you find these topics suitable for your organisation as well, we’d be happy to talk.