This lesson is a successor to Using Fractal with Laravel to create an API and Build an API with Lumen and Fractal which were the most viewed posts on my blog. I've come a long way since then and now I will show you how to create an API that can index, store, show, update and destroy a resource.
I am sure that you will like this lesson and that you will benefit from it. I have really made an effort to minimize the amount of code and steps needed to build an API.
In future lessons, I will build upon this lesson and show you how to implement a Token-Based Authentication, use this API in another application, write tests for it and finally create beautiful documentation.
Laravel makes implementing authentication very simple. We will implement authentication in our existing application.
In this tutorial, we will cover creating, updating, deleting and viewing all multilingual articles.
We will implement a way for users to choose a language that they want.
With API Blueprint you can quickly design and prototype APIs to be created or document and test already deployed mission-critical APIs.