I’m actually discovering Laravel (I’ve used symfony for years) and I face a situation where I don’t know if I just couldn’t find the right information or it is just the way to do in Laravel.
When creating a model in Symfony you put attributes in your model class. Actually these attributes represent the different collumns of your table for the ORM.
Now in Laravel I see all people don’t put theses attributes in the model class but in the migrations files. So a new developer who should contribute in a new project will have to look on database or migrations files. Which in my opinion is not the rule of an ORM : “let dev think class and not table“
Could somebody, please, put a ligth on this point?
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