Laravel is an open-source PHP web framework, designed for the faster development of web applications. It is based on the Symfony framework, follows the model–view–controller architectural pattern. At the time of writing this tutorial, Laravel 8 is the latest stable version available.

The Laravel comes with a powerful command-line utility known as Artisan. Which is useful to perform multiple command-line operations.

This guide will help you to set up a new Laravel application on a Ubuntu Desktop system.

Step 1 – Set Up LAMP Stack

Step 2 – Installing Composer

Step 3 – Download and Install Laravel

Step 4 – Create Environment Settings

Step 5 – Create MySQL User and Database

Step 6 – Apache Configuration

Step 7 – Access Laravel Application

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How To Set Up Laravel on Ubuntu 21.04 & 20.10
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