HTTP clients with Laravel: Use and Consume Services and APIs

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Learn how to make HTTP requests with Laravel. Use Web Services and APIs online from PHP with Laravel

HTTP Clients Course with Laravel: Use and Consume Services and APIs


Learn how to make HTTP requests with Laravel. Use Web Services and APIs online from PHP with Laravel

Create your own HTTP client: Build and design your own web project with Laravel, to consume services and APIs online.

During this course, you will learn step by step everything necessary to consume from your own project with Laravel and PHP, any web service or online API.

During the course you will see how to make requests on HTTP from your Laravel project, using any of its methods (GET, POST, PUT, PATCH or DELETE), to any online service, all from your code in PHP and through the dependencies and facilities of the framework for PHP, Laravel.

What is HTTP?

HTTP comes from the abbreviations HyperText Transfer Protocol, which basically defines it as a protocol that facilitates the transfer of hypertext. Currently HTTP is a very widespread protocol and used on the Internet. Any current language, has a mechanism to get requests on HTTP easily and this, of course, includes PHP and therefore Laravel framework.

What is an HTTP client?

In this context, an HTTP client is understood as any system capable of making requests through HTTP to one or several systems or services that receive requests through this same protocol (HTTP ).

At the moment in which a system makes a request on HTTP to another external service, in search of information or some service, it becomes a client of that service.

In this way, when from your own Laravel project, for example, you make a request, using HTTP, to any online system or service, that Laravel project becomes, at that precise moment, an HTTP client.

What is Laravel?

Laravel, is the most popular framework for P HP. With Laravel you will be able to develop highly complex PHP applications in a very short time.

Laravel has innumerable characteristics that differentiate it from multiple frameworks for PHP, which allow to implement in a simple way and in a short time, very complex tasks .

Additionally you will learn to create attractive content that will cause your audience not to be able to resist testing your products or services even if you have never used a social network before. All this will help you strengthen your facebook page

Who is this course for?

Who cares to take their knowledge beyond the usual
Who looks for programming solutions, to consume any type of online service
Who wants a deeper level of understanding from the other side of the web (online customers)


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Weight: 736 MB

Language: Spanish / Spanish

Duration: 57:37 H

Base Files: Yes



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