Insights from the #LaravelLahore meetup

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Insights from the #LaravelLahore meetup

Laravel Lahore meetup has ended on Friday & we got a lot to learn from the top-notch of speakers & influencers.


The Laravel Lahore meetup happened at Information Technology Univeristy (ITU), Lahore. Which seems like a perfect venue for the event.


The official event giveaways


Kicking off

The Laravel developers from different areas of Punjab province came to attend the most awaited Laravel meetup of 2017. The volunteers seemed quite busy while facilitating the attendees.


Exploring the Case study

Mr. Fakhar Khan, CEO at Soft pyramid started off the evening with his talk on why Laravel explaining every single component of Laravel via a real life application.


Fakhar Khan's slides

Deployment of applications

Ever got stuck in deploying the Laravel application, Mr. Farooq Khalid came up with perfect session for the fellow Laravel developers on deploying Laravel applications with ease. He covered from version controlling the application using git and deploying it with Laravel Forge.


Farooq Khalid's slides

A taste of UX

In the end, the UX guru, Mr. Ejaz Asi referenced some good & bad user experiences from different applications & uncovered some great points in improving the UX. This session was established specifically for the developers.


Ejaz Asi's slides

Networking & After party

Well, with so much learning and talks, its time for the Pakistani Laravel lovers to network with others & share ideas and tips & also to enjoy hi-tea organised by the team.

after party

Complete set of pictures

The Team

The guys behind the idea of this great meetup.


Follow the Laracon PK page on Facebook & Twitter to get to know about their future events.

Pictures Reference: Facebook

Usama Muneer

Usama Muneer

A web enthusiastic, self-motivated & detail-oriented professional Full-Stack Web Developer from Karachi, Pakistan with experience in developing applications using JavaScript, WordPress & Laravel specifically. Loves to write on different web technologies with an equally useful skill to make some sense out of it.