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Laravel vs. Symfony: A Side-by-Side Comparison - Part 2

In our last post, we began comparing the PHP frameworks Laravel and Symfony. We went over an overview of each framework, and also what particular advantages each one has. In this post, we’ll continue by discussing the following: Finally, we’ll go over which framework is right for your particular use case.


Laravel vs. Symfony: A Side-by-Side Comparison - Part 1

The modern world, which is full of mobile devices, requires more responsive web applications that provide real-time interactions. As a result, you require a practical backend framework to synchronize information in real time and develop a robust database link with the user interface. For example, let's consider your smartphone's live soccer game score that provides instant entry into all the player statistics.


How to Use Laravel to Create a GraphQL API

GraphQL is a comprehensive approach to guiding software developers in constructing data-driven applications. It is sometimes referred to be a platform or programming language agnostic query language. It is, in our opinion, the new API standard, allowing client applications to request particular data from the database rather than a full record. This article will teach you some of the core ideas needed to create a GraphQL API that uses Laravel.