If You are a PHP developer, interested in Domain-Driven Design, but You are not certain how to combine this approach with undoubtedly the easiest to use PHP framework, or You want to meet another point of view on Laravel and frameworks generally, then this series is definitely for You. It gained ground thanks to a very vast range of build-in functionalities, like authentication and authorization, queued jobs, events, build-in integration mechanism for many popular third-party service providers, etc., significant plus is also general ease of use.
Code which is easiest and fastest to write, it’s often the hardest to evolve and maintain because it lacks abstractions, contracts, and proper layering. In this series, I want to show You my solution, to bring Domain-Driven Design and Laravel together.
I want to break the myth that Laravel is not well suited to big, complex projects.