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Model in Laravel

In this article, we are going to discuss how to work with Laravel? Here, we see how to make a model in Laravel?
Submitted by Bharti Parmar, on November 16, 2019

For further process we need to know something about it,

  • We are creating a model in Laravel just because of creating a logical structure and relation between them.
  • The model handles the MVC framework which is based on the web-based application.
  • Each database has a model that is used to interact with another table.

Model in Laravel

Now, create new model named 'post' model,

Open the CMD and run this command for creating a model: $ php artisan make:model Post

Path: app/providers/post.php (declare our table if your table is not procedural)

Model in Laravel

Example: Model/post.php

    Class Post extends Model
    {
        Protected $PrimaryKey = 'id';
        Protectted $table = 'posts';
        Protected $fillable = ['title','body'];
    }

Here, $table is a table name. In the Model primary key is by default id.

    Protected $PrimaryKey ="id"

$fillable is another variable in Laravel because we have to fill or insert the data in title and body columns. It's a column variable name only.

Conclusion:

In this article, we have learnt about the model in Laravel. I hope you understood the concept, we will know more about it in the up coming articles. Have a great day! Happy Learning!







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