Section 1 : Introduction

Lecture 1 INTRODUCTION TO BRAINMEASURES PROCTOR SYSTEM Pdf
Lecture 2 About the course and what you will achieve 3:50
Lecture 3 Understanding messages broadcasting on realtime 3:42
Lecture 4 How to Ask Questions Text
Lecture 5 The development environment to use Text

Section 2 : Starting with the Laravel Structure to Create Realtime Applications with Laravel

Lecture 6 Obtaining and Preparing the Laravel Structure Using Composer
Lecture 7 The source code of the course Text
Lecture 8 Adding Laravel UI and Generating Some Useful Components 5:56
Lecture 9 Compiling Some Required Components Using NPM 4:35
Lecture 10 Exploring the Way as Laravel Mix Works in Laravel 8:59

Section 3 : Configuring Laravel to Handle Events and Messages on Realtime

Lecture 11 Getting Ready to Use Pusher as the Realtime Service on Laravel 7:43
Lecture 12 Installing and Preparing Laravel Echo to Broadcast Messages 6:6

Section 4 : Creating Your First Realtime Notifications System with Laravel

Lecture 13 Adding a Generic Component to Show Notifications in Laravel 4:6
Lecture 14 Creating an Event to Notify Users’ Session Changes 6:50
Lecture 15 Using Laravel Listeners to Broadcast Changes on Users’ Session 9:10
Lecture 16 Showing the Notification on Realtime Using Laravel Echo 8:17
Lecture 17 Broadcasting the Event Only to Authenticated Users

Section 5 : Creating a Realtime API with Laravel

Lecture 18 Implementing the Actions Over a Resource to Broadcast 10:2
Lecture 19 Showing the List of User to Manipulate It on Realtime 7:1
Lecture 20 Creating the Events to Indicate Changes on Users 5:0
Lecture 21 Broadcasting the Events Over Users on Realtime 7:39
Lecture 22 Showing the Changes on the Users’ List on Realtime 8:43

Section 6 : Creating a Realtime Game with Laravel Echo

Lecture 23 Adding the Visual Components of the Realtime Game 9:47
Lecture 24 Creating the Events of the Game to Broadcast 3:50
Lecture 25 Creating a Command to Broadcast Game Events on Realtime
Lecture 26 Showing Events to Players in Realtime with Laravel Echo 9:51

Section 7 : Creating a Chat Room Using Realtime Messages with Laravel Echo

Lecture 27 Creating Visual Components to Send Messages in Realtime
Lecture 28 Managing the List of Connected Users in Realtime 8:1
Lecture 29 Creating an Event on Sending Messages in the Chat 2:57
Lecture 30 Broadcasting the Event Created When Sending a Message 7:23
Lecture 31 Showing the Broadcasted Messages to All Users 5:1

Section 8 : Allowing to Send Private Events in Realtime with Laravel Echo

Lecture 32 Adding Components to Allow Events Between Users 7:23
Lecture 33 Creating and Broadcasting an Event Using a Private Channel 7:21
Lecture 34 Showing the Private Events Only to the Receiver and Sender

Section 9 : Adding, Configuring and Using Your Own WebSockets Server

Lecture 35 Creating a New Laravel Project for The WebSockets Server 5:46
Lecture 36 Adding Laravel WebSockets to The Project 7:23
Lecture 37 Configuring an Application in the Laravel WebSockets Server 6:9
Lecture 38 Using Your Own WebSockets Server from your Laravel Project 7:38
Lecture 39 Checking the Laravel WebSockets Statistics 4:35

Section 10 : Deploying Laravel WebSockets on a Server

Lecture 40 Cloning and Deploying the Laravel WebSockets Project 6:55
Lecture 41 Using Supervisor to Execute the WebSockets Server 6:46
Lecture 42 Configuring a Reversed Proxy for the WebSockets Server 8:51
Lecture 43 Using the New Server in the Laravel Realtime Application 4:53

Section 11 : Securing the Connections to the Laravel WebSockets Server

Lecture 44 Accepting HTTP Connections for the Laravel WebSockets Project 7:34
Lecture 45 Generating SSL Certificates for the Laravel WebSockets Server 8:34
Lecture 46 Establishing Secure Connections to the Laravel WebSockets Server 3:8

Section 12 : Conclusions and Recommendations

Lecture 47 The Essence of the Realtime Application with Laravel 3:22
Lecture 48 About Proctor Testing Pdf
Lecture 49 Pending Topics Text