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If you are looking for a comprehensive guide on Laravel 10 CRUD with image upload, then you are in the right place. This tutorial will provide you with step-by-step instructions to create a basic CRUD application with image upload functionality using Laravel 10.
CRUD, short for Create, Read, Update, and Delete, is a term commonly used in computer programming to describe the four basic operations that can be performed on data. In web applications and databases, CRUD refers to the fundamental actions that can be performed on a database or data store.
Step 1: Installing Laravel 10
Before we dive into the details, make sure that you have Laravel 10 installed on your system. If not, you can install it by running the following command:
composer create-project laravel/laravel example-app
Step 2: Database Configuration
To start, let’s make the necessary configurations for our CRUD application. Open the
.env file and enter the details for the database name, username, password, and other necessary details:
Step 3: Create Migration
Since we are creating a CRUD application for products, we need to create a migration for the “products” table using the Laravel 10
php artisan command. Run the following command to create the migration file:
php artisan make:migration create_products_table --create=products
database/migrations folder, you will find the migration file. Add the following code to the migration file to create the products table:
Run the following command to run the migration:
php artisan migrate
Step 4 : Add Controller and Model
In this step, we will create a new controller named
ProductController and write logic to store images in the “images” folder of the public folder. Run the following command to create the resource controller:
php artisan make:controller ProductController --resource --model=Product
ProductController will have seven default methods:
Add the following code to the
Add the following code to the Product.php file:
Step 5: Add Resource Route
To add a resource route for a product CRUD application, open the
routes/web.php file and add the following route:
Step 6: Add Blade Files
In this step, we will create the blade files. First, create a layout file, and then create a new folder called “products” to store the blade files of the CRUD application. The following blade files need to be created:
Create these files and add the following code to them.
Step 7: Test Image Upload
To run the Laravel app after completing all the necessary steps, enter the following command in your terminal:
php artisan serve
Then, open your web browser and enter the URL provided to view the output of the app. It’s important to note that you must have created an “images” folder in the public directory beforehand.
You are good to go.