2020 was a huge year for Laravel. It was the year that we saw this beloved framework take leaps and bounds over its competition and push the PHP ecosystem further. The Laravel team managed to make the framework even more powerful by adding new authentication and scaffolding features, which include Jetstream and Breeze.
Many developers know that full-stack apps with a Vue frontend can be quickly spun up with Laravel Jetstream. What many don’t know is that recently, the Laravel team made it easy to make an Inertia app with Laravel Breeze.
With this knowledge, let’s have some fun and make a very simple Discord-like app called “Twilcord”that will let multiple users join a room via a phone number or username. Instead of the default Vue frontend, we’ll be using React. This article will show you that you don’t need to build separate backends and frontends anymore; Laravel monoliths are the future!
In order to get started with this tutorial you will need the following:
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Build a Simple Chat Room App in React with Laravel Breeze and Twilio's Conversations API. Learn how to build your own chat room app in React with a PHP backend using Laravel Breeze and Twilio Conversations API. Many developers know that full-stack apps with a Vue frontend can be quickly spun up with Laravel Jetstream.