Help for integrating the Laravel package
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#1708 by davidlanier
21 Jul 2015, 19:59
I am relatively still new to Laravel 5.x and still much accustomed to 4.x so pardon my stumbling around a bit here, but is the app.blade.php an already existing file or one that needs to be created? There was no app.blade.php file in resources/views/ so I created one and added the html code but I have an empty routes file that is just pointing to the default Laravel installation welcome.blade.php.

Is it necessary to test the installation on port 8000? I have this setup as a virtual host entry on a Linux server and I am not sure if that port is open in the firewall settings.

Thanks
#1709 by aimeos
22 Jul 2015, 08:25
davidlanier wrote:I am relatively still new to Laravel 5.x and still much accustomed to 4.x so pardon my stumbling around a bit here, but is the app.blade.php an already existing file or one that needs to be created? There was no app.blade.php file in resources/views/ so I created one and added the html code but I have an empty routes file that is just pointing to the default Laravel installation welcome.blade.php.


The app.blade.php file was available by default in 5.0 but not in 5.1 any more.
You can check the available routes with "artisan route:list"

davidlanier wrote:Is it necessary to test the installation on port 8000? I have this setup as a virtual host entry on a Linux server and I am not sure if that port is open in the firewall settings.


This is only necessary if you use the internal PHP web server. If you use Apache, its
http://<yourhost>[/<laravel directory]/index.php/list
#1713 by aimeos
22 Jul 2015, 13:47
davidlanier wrote:Everything is up and running, so now the fun begins! Thanks for all your help.


You are welcome :-)

davidlanier wrote:I know this is off topic, but have you done any PCI compliance tests on your checkout process?


Aimeos doesn't support storing credit card details locally out of the box, so the necessity for PCI compliance is transfered to the payment gateways and we support around 50+ of them with the new ai-payments extension. This was an explicit design decision to avoid credit card theft.