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How to Setup Laravel 4

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As you may know, here at Nettuts+, we've covered the popular Laravel framework a great deal. With version 4 on the near horizon, I've received quite a few emails and comments, requesting a screencast that describes exactly how to clone and work with the alpha version of Laravel 4, as well as Composer. Hope this helps!


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In Closing

Laravel 4 is expected to be released in early 2013, likely quite near the first ever Laracon. Stay tuned to Nettuts+ for more information on its release!

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