The Laravel News site has posted the latest in their "Building a Laravel Translation Package" series of tutorials with a new post focusing on the frontend and getting it connected to the backend functionality.
In the last installment of this series, we talked through the process of manipulating the translations in our application’s language files into a format where we are now in a position to start interacting with them. In this article, we’ll be wiring up the frontend ready to start building out the user interface which will aid users with the process of translation management.
The tutorial starts with the approach for the functionality, taking a more hybrid approach and using a balance of backend and frontend for the majority of the functionality. It then starts in on the technical parts to connect the two halves:
- adding the required routes
- creating the controllers
- building out the views to render the interface