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Honestly, Fuck Laravel, Fuck the installation process, Fuck the project setup process and fuck the cmd commands that have to be implemented with it.........But looks like ill be sticking with laravel for now

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  • 4
    Just looked up the installation process, seems fine to me?
  • 2
    I dont see anything wrong with it?
  • 1
    Just a matter of getting use to it. Gonna try and install properly for the 3rd time
  • 3
    'laravel new projectname' is too hard? Or a simple composer install is too hard? Wtf dude. And you don't even need to use the console
  • 0
    Composer installed. Laravel creates the new project but fails when i do php artisan serve
  • 0
    But like i said. Just gona have to do a fresh install again.
  • 1
    Any error message telling why artisan fails? But you could also put laravel in a web serveur like apache or nginx, through docker or not.. As I said you don't *need* the console (artisan)

    PS well you may need it for migrations
  • 0
    Think ill try that option and see how that plays out.

    The error i get "failed to open stream: No such file or directory in C:\wamp64\www\WE\artisan on line 18"
  • 1
    Please just use C# and ASP.NET. You won't regret it. Ever.
  • 0
    Looks like i came right
  • 1
    @rEaL-jAsE you spelled Python Django wrong :(
  • 1
    @rooter You spelled Failure wrong. 😋
  • 0
    You guys spelt "cry in a corner" wrong
  • 0
    @inaba @Codex404 Why are you writing it as a question? I have never done that? I'm very self-confident? Question mark is unnecessary?
  • 0
    @Shifu-Hotman You spelled ignorance wrong.
  • 0
    @iamavalos because there might be something I did not see and Im willing to let other people change my mind when they have arguments.
  • 2
    Although I can understand your frustration this doesn‘t seem to be a laravel problem.
    If you really are into web development you will use either osx or linux(unix like) at some point. Maybe even docker or vagrant for laravel dev.
    This will make your life easier.

    I‘m not saying this to annoy you but I‘m a dev for over a decade(Almost 2 if I count the private part earlier) and have seen a lot from codeigniter, zend, yii, cakephp, symfony and laravel in PHP to ruby on rails in Ruby and the early days of Spring and Hibernate in Java.

    To be helpful: If you use windows with xampp or anything like that just navigate to the public folder of laravel.
    You can ask me anything if you need help.
  • 1
    @ExGetMessage windows works fine, you just dont want to use wamp or xampp
  • 1
    @Codex404 I know windows normally works fine with php stuff but in the end unix like oses make your life easier if you just use it for development :) I‘m not talking about printers, sound drivers or anything like that here. Linux can be a nightmare sometimes.

    To be helpful again: You use cmd and are in the laravel directory when you try to run php artisan?
    Php -v working fine?
  • 0
    @ExGetMessage I have considered switching to Linux for web dev. At work I'm kinda forced to work with Windows. But would be nice to use Linux for my side projects
  • 1
    @ExGetMessage I managed to get it up and running. Finally!
  • 1
    @Shifu-Hotman Great! It really is no bad framework. Laracasts is a pretty good resource with lots of free videos to get started.
    Before anybody feels like stating php is shit, laravel is shit: Yes, there are other options ;)
  • 0
    @ExGetMessage no doubt that php is good.. Started off using php and got very comfortable with it. It's a bit of a shift to use laravel now
  • 0
    Come to the CakePHP!
    we have cake!
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