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Laravel 5.5 VueJs 2.0 CRUD Operations Application

Laravel 5.5 VueJs 2.0 CRUD Operations Application
Written by Yogesh Koli

Laravel 5.5 and VueJS 2.0 is the best combination for the development of any kind of projects in the web development world, no matters if your PHP beginner, intermediate or expert developer as long as your PHP Laravel developer you should be using this combination into your project to make it more flexible and advanced with the help of VueJs 2.0.

VueJs 2.0 is progressive framework for building user interfaces and you know Laravel 5.5 comes with the predefined configuration for VueJS 2.0 to start building the application, you don’t have to worry about configuration part.

I am guessing you have your PHP environment setup and ready to run Laravel 5.5 application if not please make sure you have your development environment ready along with the following server requirements installed or I would suggest to use homestead for your local development.

Development Server Requirements:

  • PHP >= 7.0.0
  • OpenSSL PHP Extension
  • PDO PHP Extension
  • Mbstring PHP Extension
  • Tokenizer PHP Extension
  • XML PHP Extension
  • Apache/Nginx
  • MySQl
  • Composer
  • NodeJs with NPM

Step 1: Create new Laravel Project:

Create new Laravel project by using following commands with your terminal/command line:

Using Laravel installer:


Using Composer

Step 2: Database Design and Configuration:

Create new database migration file using php artisan:

Open your terminal/command-line application and cd into the root of newly created Laravel project and generate new migration to create task table:

Open migration file for task table, it should be located inside /database/migrations directory and update up() function according to the following script:

Configure Laravel database settings:

We will required a MySQL database at the backend to access and store the crud application data, so you need to create fresh database first. so go ahead and create new database in MySQL and come up with the database name, database username and password.

Open .env file from the root of the application and Update following database settings:

Make sure to match above settings with your MySQL database credentials.

Run Laravel Migration:

Use following command to run Laravel migration to create our tasks table by using migration file.

The above command should generate output like this:

Laravel will create two extra table for as you know we have build migrations files for users and password resets table.

Step 3: User Authentication:

Let’s use Laravel default user authentication quick-start, it is going to provide us an ability to register a new user, login ability for the user, routes, controllers and predefined views out of the box.

Use following command to generate User Authentication.

If you see above message that means you have generate authentication successfully, now you can check login register pages by navigating your browser to /login and /register.

Login Screen:

User Authentication Screen

Login Screen

Registration Screen:


Registration screen

We have our user authentication part ready to use go ahead and register new user, so that you would be able to see home view of the application, as I did you can see the screen below:

User Home - Dashboard Page

User Home – Dashboard Page

Step 4: Create Task Model and Task Controller

We are going to required a Task Model to handle database operation throughout Laravel Eloquent and a controller to handle user request such as create, read, update and delete the task.

Use following Command from your terminal to generate Model and Resource Controller for Task:

The above command should output following messages:

You can locate the model at /app/Task.php and controller at /app/Http/Controllers/TaskController.php

Task Model:

Task Controller:

We need to update Task model here to have fillable attributes so that we should be able to insert the new task:

And Update the TaskController to have user middleware attached so that it is only going to be accessible to for the authenticated users, go ahead and add following constructer function into the TaskController.php file:

Step 5: Create Required Routes:

As you know we need to deal with the CRUD operations here so it’s better to have resource route added into our routes file that is web.php file.

Go ahed and add following line at the last of your web.php file which is location at /routes/web.php

The above single line will provide us bunch of routes to handle crud operations with Task, you can also have a look on those routes by using $ php artisan route:list command.

Step 6: Create New VueJS Component:

It’s time to dive into the VueJs 2.0 as you know we are going to use VueJs for our front end user interface development.

Create new file for Task component inside /resources/assets/js/components/ folder named Task.vue and add following sample line of code:


Keep in mind we will need to update this component later on for now I want to your to test how you should add and register new component in vuejs 2.0.

So our component ready to register, open app.js file from /resources/assets/js/app.js add following line after example component registration line:


The complete app.js file should look like this:

Step 7: Install npm Package Dependencies:

You know Laravel comes with the Laravel mix to compile SASS, JS etc. to use Laravel mix we have install required dev dependencies to run package scripts.

Use following command to install required dependencies:

It will take some time, depending on your internet connection speed.

When you so message like this at the of the your terminal that means our dependencies are installed we are good to go.

Step 8: Compile Assets and Use Task Controller:

Run npm run dev command as showing below to compile our newly added code such as a VueJs Component and Component registration:

If you success like “DONE Compiled successfully in 9582ms” this then we are ready to move.

Now open home.blade.php file from /resources/views/home.blade.php and update it accordingly:

And visit browser to login into the application to see if we got some change, see screen below:

Task Component Test

Task Component Test

As you see in the above screen we have got our Task component running successfully.

Step 9: Implement Create Task Operation:

It’s time to move on to our real goal to accomplish create, read, update and delete operations in this step let’s see how we should deal with the Create Task Operation.

We will do two things here first is validate the request on server and create task valid requests.

Open Task.vue Component and update according to the following script:


If you see in the above script we are using Bootstrap model popup as well and in the script section we are dealing with the VueJs data and methods and by using axios I am handling the ajax request.

Next update the TaskController to handle create operations, update store method as showing below:


Run following command from terminal and to test application:

Login to the application from browser you should see following screen with Add new Task button added:

Task component - Add New Task Button

Task component – Add New Task Button

Click Add New Task button, you should see model popup showing below and try to click submit button to see validation errors:

Task Validation Errors

Task Validation Errors

Step 10: Implement Read Records Operations:

Our second feature of the application is Reading the records, let’s implement that, go ahead and open your Task.vue component and replace with the following script:

And open TaskController to update index() function:

You can run the npm run dev command again from command line to compile assets and open your browser again and refresh the screen to see the you recently crated task listed, you can also checkout in the screen below:

Read All Tasks

Read All Tasks

Step 11: Implement Update Task Action:

Same thing we have to deal with the edit button action as well update patch request, I have ready in the below script:

Again open you Task component and replace with the following script:

And open Task controller to change the update() method as follows:

Save the file open you terminal and execute npm run dev command again and visit to your browser to test update task action as showing below:

Click Edit button from the list to see Update Task Model popup:

Update Task Model Popup

Update Task Model Popup

Hit Submit button to update the task:

Updated Task Records List

Updated Task Records List

Step 12: Handle Delete Operation:

Final step of the tutorial, to handle delete record/task action, let’s do that:

Open Task.vue component and update following section:

Change delete button script to:

And add following new method under methods section:

Finally execute npm run dev or npm run prod command to compile the code and test your application.


What your learn from this tutorial?

Many things, such as

  • Installing Laravel new application
  • Generating new migration
  • Execute migration
  • Updating Database Settings
  • Creating Eloquent Model and updating fillable properties
  • Creating Laravel Resource Controller
  • Adding Resource Routes
  • Using Laravel User Authentication
  • Create and register new VueJs 2.0 Component
  • Installing required dependencies and Asset compilation
  • How to use VueJs 2.0 Component
  • Handling Ajax request with help of axios and vuejs
  • Laravel Eloquent operations Read, Create, Update and Delete
  • Handling CRUD user interface with VueJs 2.0 along with Laravel
  • Using Bootstrap Model popup in VueJS 2.0 with example
  • Using Bootstrap Table and Panel.

Thanks for being a part of iTech Empires, let me know if you get any issue running above CRUD application by using comment section below:

Take care, I will see you in next tutorial.

About the author

Yogesh Koli

Yogesh Koli is a software engineer & a Blogger lives in India. He's driven by an addiction to learning and a love for adventure. he has 5+ years of experience working with the front-end, back-end, web application development, and system design.

  • phoenix

    Great post!
    Suppose, You should to add this.errors = []; to initAddTask() method

  • Ajay Kumar

    Gread post !!! … very nice but i have still one question that is …
    when i rum this app with php artisan serve then it works fine
    when i run in xampp root directory with storage and bootstrap/cache writable permission 777 ..
    it does not work .. so please guide me how can i run this application without artisan command ..
    Thanks for once again great post …Mr Yogesh !!!

    • @disqus_2YSxUXUjnH:disqus What did you get from xampp, any error message? and make sure you have enabled required php extensions, I have added detail list at the top of the post under Development Server Requirements section,

      • Ajay Kumar

        Thanks for your reply. i have tested requirement for laravel . will you please send me this crud in my mail id … or share link .. .. please help us..

        • Ajay Kumar

          WOW!!! its work now for me… thanks Mr. Yogesh very nice steps to implement vuejs …. once again thanks..

  • Ajay Kumar

    Is there necessary nodejs install on share hosting cpanal for this crud application?

  • Lilrom

    Hey, thanks for the good tutorial.

    I’m following step by step, but have an error when trying to create a task.

    Doesn’t matter if I fill the form or not, I always have the same error message :
    ‘app.js:703 POST http://localhost/task 404 (Not Found)’

    I don’t understand, ’cause I have exactly same files as your tutorial..

    • Lilrom

      Look like is missing something. Then, I remove the / on the ‘/task’ named route.

      Now, when I submit the form without fill it, I have this error :
      app.js:703 POST http://localhost/myfolder/public/task 422 (Unprocessable Entity)

      When I fill it and submit it, I have a 500 error :
      app.js:703 POST http://localhost/myfolder/public/task 500 (Internal Server Error)

      I can’t understand, please help me..

      • Will you be able to get the server logs and post here or using Laravel bin?

        • Lilrom

          Nothing on php error log file, nothing on laravel.log. I don’t really know how to do ’cause, to be honest, I’m new at Laravel/VueJS and a little bit lost.
          I don’t understand because I have exactly the same files as your tutorial..

          • Did you enabled mode_rewrite php extension and other required php extensions? checkout Development Server Requirements section for more details.

            I am guessing you must be having an issue mode_rewrite extension try to enable and try again.

          • Lilrom

            That was what I tought but I have all required extensions and my PHP version is 7.0.10. I’m using Wampserver. I have disabled/enabled the mode_rewrite but nothing happened.

            Maybe I’m doing something wrong, but actually don’t know what. Can we download somewhere your files from the tutorial ? Maybe I’ll can check If I made a mistake..

  • Junie Negentien

    Sir, do you have the source code or github repo for this? Thanks

  • SHUN

    why I got this statement when I am submitting task Invalid request (Unexpected EOF) into my terminal

  • Samuel Gomes da Rocha

    Github repo?

  • Fun Zone

    this is very helpful for me. i want to ask, the directory structure will the same for very broad application, or we have to make services for that ? like we create in angular

    • You can use props to share data in between components like we do it using service in AngularJS, and yes directory structure would be same and can be different if you want it’s all depend on your development.

      • Fun Zone

        or how we can redirect the new page without refresh the page ?

        • You will get that in iTech Empires upcoming tutorial?

          • Fun Zone

            thanks! it will very helpful

  • joefly

    Hey, man! This was great! Thank you so much…I really learned a lot!

  • ธานี คำสิงห์

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