Laravel 7 GEO Chart Example using lavacharts

Laravel 7 GEO Chart Example using lavacharts

In this article, We would like to share with you how to create a GEO chart in Laravel 7. in this example we will use the “khill/lavacharts” package for creating a Geo chart in Laravel.

The “khill/lavacharts” package provides facilities like a bar chart, Area Chart, Column Chart, Pie Chart, Line Chart, etc.

So you can follow the below steps to create a GEO chart.

Overview

Step 1: Install Laravel

Step 2: Setting Database Configuration

Step 3: Create Table using migration

Step 4: Install the Package

Step 5: Add providers and aliases

Step 6: Create Route

Step 7: Create a Model and Controller

Step 8: Create Blade Files

Step 9: Run Our Laravel Application

Step 1: Install Laravel

We are going to install laravel 7, so first open the command prompt or terminal and go to go to xampp htdocs folder directory using the command prompt. after then run the below command.

Step 2: Setting Database Configuration

After the complete installation of laravel. we have to database configuration. now we will open the .env file and change the database name, username, password in the .env file. See below changes in a .env file.

Step 3: Create Table using migration

Now, We need to create a migration. so we will below command using create the visit_users table migration.

After complete migration. we need below changes in the database/migrations/create_visit_users_table file.

Run the below command. after the changes above file.

Step 4: Install The Package

Now, We will install “khill/lavacharts” package using the below command.

Step 5: Add providers and aliases

We will add below providers and aliases in the “config/app.php” file.

Step 6: Create Route

Add the following route code in the “routes/web.php” file.

Step 7: Create a Model and Controller

Here below command help to create the controller and model.

Visitusers.php

VisitusersController.php

Step 8: Create Blade Files

Finally, We will create a larachart.blade.php file in the “resources/views/” folder directory and paste below code.

larachart.blade.php

Step 9: Run Our Laravel Application
We can start the server and run this example using the below command.

Now we will run our example using the below Url in the browser.