Installing Laravel 4.2 in 5 Steps

Part 2: Download and Installing Laravel 4.2

Please Note: If you haven’t yet installed Composer please install it according to the instructions given in my previous post Installing Composer in 7 Steps as you can’t install Laravel 4.2 without first installing the Composer.

Let’s start installing Laravel 4.2 by following these 5 steps.

Step 1:

Download Laravel 4.2 from the github repo.

Step 2:

Unzip the downloaded file  into the ‘www’ directory under WAMP directory. Mine is installed in E drive as shown below.

Folder_ViewOpen the “laravel-master” folder. Right click in anywhere and select the “Composer Install ” from the “Right Click Menu” as shown below.

Step 3:

Folder_View_Right_ClickCommand Prompt will be open as shown in the following, it will install all the dependencies automatically.

Step 4:

Install_Composer_5_cmdIt will take some time to complete the installation. So be patient and wait a bit until installation gets completed.

Step 5:

After installation we’ll check whether every thing is going right or not. So, open any browser and type the following address in address bar.

http://localhost/basic/web

You should see the following page in your browser which means you’ve successfully installed Laravel on your local server.

Laravel_installd

If you further want to learn about any other PHP Framework and if you don’t know how to install it, don’t worry, a list of famous PHP Frameworks is given as follows. Just click the link and start installing your next favorite PHP Framework.

 

Feel free to  comment or ask your questions.

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