Recently I stumbled upon a simple flat file CMS called Pico CMS and had an idea how this could be the next blogging platform. So, I paired it with Draft. This tutorial will show you how.
This is part 2 of the Laravel 4 tutorial on how to build a simple website with backend. This part will get into the core of the Laravel 4 back end and explain everything you need to build a back end side of the website.
Most of the tutorials I found on Laravel 4 don't really cover an entire process of building a web site/app with the framework. That is why I wanted to write down my process of building a web site, with a backend panel, simple user authentication, content management, image processing, API routes, etc.