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Migrating Your Legacy Web Applications to Laravel

It can be fascinating to want to rebuild legacy applications from scratch, but if you’ve ever tried it on an application of substantial complexity you know it can be a trap. Migrating or redeveloping your legacy application to a new framework is a very tricky argument to make. Applications that have been in production for a long time usually meet the customer's requirements well enough to keep businesses resilient and are complex for a reason: they’re often the only source of revelation about business requirements when the original stakeholders and developers have long since moved on. Complexity grows over time as apps expand to handle more edge cases, and breaking down years of work introduces unnecessary risks while usually taking years of its own to complete. For the commercial projects, it puts a real cost and time on the migration. You have to hire several developers and pay them and it involves many complexities and a lot of time.

The good news is, you don’t have to completely rewrite your legacy app to start using new Laravel features today. You can migrate your application to the Laravel framework, which is a robust php framework introduced by Tylor Otwell that offers a set of tools, resources, exceptional built-in features, and components to develop modern and efficient PHP applications. With a comprehensive ecosystem leveraging its built-in features, and a variety of consistent packages and extensions, Laravel has seen its reputation grow fastly in the past few years, and many developers adopting it as their framework of choice for a smooth development process.

Laravel has two immediate advantages: you can develop all new features immediately on Laravel as well as use Laravel built-in features and facades within the legacy framework. When utilizing Laravel, the real cost is buried in day-to-day development, there’s no promised flag-day deadline to miss, and there’s no frustrating feature freeze. So you can easily transform your legacy applications to become more agile and efficient.

Benefits of Migrating Your Legacy Application to Laravel

  • Better Authentication and Authorization Option
  • The command-line interface
  • Remarkably Flexible
  • Easy third-party integrations
  • Simple Website Maintenance
  • Object-oriented libraries
  • Effective ORM and database management
  • Automated and Unit Testing Feature
  • Automated Task Execution and Scheduling
  • Built-in modules
  • The Model-View-Controller architectural pattern support

We are here to help you!

Codebrisk offers risk alleviated legacy application migration and application modernization services to clients across the world. We help our clients with the migration and modernization of their software applications as per current business needs or technology trends. We do a detailed exploration of legacy application challenges, migration objectives, end-user expectations, existing code re-usability, etc., and help our customers in determining the right migration procedure and plan. Custom web app development, code re-usability, and data migration, migration of legacy applications to laravel are some of the services, that we offer to our clients along with our laravel web application development services. If you are looking for a team of exceptional developers to rebuild or migrate your web application to laravel, please contact us or get a quote as soon as possible.

Published at : 24-09-2021

Author : Rizwan Aslam
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Rizwan Aslam

I am a highly results-driven professional with 12+ years of collective experience in the grounds of web application development especially in laravel, native android application development in java, and desktop application development in the dot net framework. Now managing a team of expert developers at Codebrisk.

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