Login to your Google account and submit the form.
Once submit, Google will provide you following two information. Site keySecret key
Integrate it into your website.
To integrate it into your
website you need to put it in client side as well as in Server side. In
client HTML page you need to integrate this line before <HEAD>
And to show the widget into your form you need to put this below contact form, comment form etc. <divclass="g-recaptcha" data-sitekey="== Your site Key =="></div>
When the form get submit to Server, this script will send ‘g-recaptcha-response’ as a POST data. You need to verify it in order to see whether user has checked the Captcha or not.
Simple comment form with Google reCAPTCH:Index.html <html> <head> <title>Google recapcha demo - Codeforgeek</title> <scriptsrc='https://www.google.com/recaptcha/api.js'&g…
Creating, reading, updating, and deleting resources is used in pretty much every application. Laravel helps make the process easy using resource controllers. Resource Controllers can make life much easier and takes advantage of some cool Laravel routing techniques. Today, we'll go through the steps necessary to get a fully functioning CRUD application using resource controllers.
For this tutorial, we will go through the process of having an admin panel to create, read, update, and delete (CRUD) a resource. Let's use nerds as our example. We will also make use of Eloquent ORM.
This tutorial will walk us through: * Setting up the database and models * Creating the resource controller and its routes * Creating the necessary views * Explaining each method in a resource controller
Table of ContentsGetting our Database ReadyEloquent Model for the NerdsCreating the ControllerSetting Up the RoutesThe ViewsMaking It All Work TogetherConclusion
To get started, we will need the controll…