Laravel in Simple Terms
Laravel is a PHP web framework best suited for engineering web applications. Made publicly available in 2011 under the umbrella of Symfony’s MIT License, the Laravel community has iterated the framework into one of today’s top choices for advanced web app development.
Features of Laravel include a modular packaging system with a dedicated dependency manager, a variety of ways to access relational databases, utilities for application deployment and maintenance, and its orientation toward syntactic sugar. Aside from the standard Laravel framework, individual tools like Nova (admin panel), Vapor (serverless deployment platform), and Envoyer (zero downtime deployment) offer value to many Laravel projects.
Untold has used Laravel to build internal tools and products, as well as employing it on client work. On top of the framework itself, the Untold team leverages the Laravel ecosystem of tools for web application and website launches.