Laravel is 10 Years Old Now!

Published on :10-June-2021

Officially 9th of June, 2021 is the tenth birthday of the first beta release of Laravel framework, and As a framework it has come a long way in these ten years to become a web application framework with expressive, elegant syntax. You can see a screenshot of Taylor’s original announcement about the launch.


Laravel as framework has made life of PHP developers a lot easier by providing consistency in the code, made the overall developer much faster and easier to handle single project by multiple developers or a team. Laravel saves you from writing bad code which ensures less time in debugging the code which was not possible in Code PHP.

It has made simple and easy to integrate different module by multiple developers, so lesser time your entire module becomes very easy as you do not have to separately understand each developer’s code. it ensures developer separate the logic from the views by using the MVC models to keep code clean and easy to do modifications.


We at AHA Technocrats have seen Laravel growing from a simple PHP framework to one of the most popular and widely used custom framework for custom apps ranging from CMS websites to SaaS apps, ERPs, Web portals to large enterprise web applications. We have been using Laravel for web development since last ten years and we are proud to be a team grown with the framework itself.

Laravel as web application framework has become a pioneer in open source domain. If you have dream for web based project, you can turn that into reality with the help of Laravel and it is easier to hire a remote laravel developer if your pocket don’t allow forming an in-house team. We wish all the luck to Laravel community for the future.


  1. Agree. There are so many features of PHP Laravel Framework which makes it one of the most popular among web developers.
    – Template Engine: …
    – MVC Architecture Support
    – Eloquent ORM
    – Enhanced Security
    – Tons of Libraries & Modular
    – Easy Database Migration System
    – Unit-Testing:

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