This style guide:
At its core, Laravel helps you to develop your applications quickly, whilst keeping the syntax simple and readable.
Along with its simple syntax, are a number of conventions and features that really allow you to focus on building your application, without worrying about the boilerplate code you'd ordinarily write when building an application from scratch. This includes things like managing your database schema with migrations and working with the database using Eloquent.
Simply put, Laravel gives you all of the tools to build a robust, modern web application right from your first
composer install. Be warned, though: try and follow the framework's conventions wherever possible to save yourself headaches in future.
Founder provides you with a Laravel starter application that builds from the one you will find in the Laravel GitHub repository. It takes the base Laravel application, applies the styles and conventions that are explained throughout this style guide, and adds some useful packages you will find yourself otherwise installing manually each time.
Getting started with Founder is simple with Composer.
composer create-project --prefer-dist dyrynda/founder my-project-name
This will fetch a copy of the Founder project, place it on the
my-project-name directory, and install the project dependencies, ready for you to get started.