Another side-project from my team and me personally. Lately there’s quite a lot of books about Laravel, as the framework gets more popular. But the thing I’ve missed on the market is a non-technical book about Laravel. So here it is – presenting to you “Laravel for Clients”!
Here’s what you will find in my new e-book:
About the idea
While working with clients on Laravel-based projects, I’ve noticed similarities in how clients approach the process. They usually know something about web-projects (otherwise why diving into web-business), but not enough to manage it all properly. So a lot of questions appear where we have to friendly educate the client on why we need to do this and that.
Typical example is web-hosting and deployment process. Being non-technical, clients don’t know the difference between shared-hosting and Digital Ocean, they only compare prices. Also they are fine with using FTP instead of proper deployment. Which is a problem in Laravel world.
So I’ve decided to write a book with some compiled questions-answers for usual situations I’ve encountered with clients. Most of that is on Laravel-based or web-based projects but some information is relevant to almost any IT project.
How to read this book
Our team created a simple landing page for the book, where actually you can read the book itself for free – chapter navigation is on the left, and content appears on the right side, with previous-next links after each chapter.
If you prefer an offline-mode and PDF version – you can do that too, just go to the bottom of that page, enter your email address, and you will get a link to a PDF file.
While this book is for clients, you can use it as a developer too – by sending the links to your clients, instead of explaining stuff every time. Feel free to use my material.
And if you think something is missing/wrong or have any comments, please leave your thoughts in the comments section below this article or, as usual, shoot me an email: email@example.com
Once again – link to the book: Laravel for Clients