Hello, Could you write a detailed question?
Laravel doesn't have a "normal" model. In fact they have a model with NOS in it. Every model in Laravel is a direct relationship with database table (unless you don't use eloquent - then it's just a model).
Mostly the logic in model won't be needed but there is some cases.
Please feel free to go thru http://laravel.com/docs/5.1/eloquent . It should answer most of your future questions.
Have fun in the laravel world!
Hello. If you are using a database, the best way to use the tables and access data is through models extending for the base model from laravel (Eloquent). If you don't use a database the models could seems a little inncessary but if you really want to keep a MVC architecture, you can still using models, with your own methods/functions and is not mandatory to use the base model (Eloquent).
If you are starting with Laravel I recommend you this course, could be helpful during the learning process: https://www.udemy.com/laravel-5-course-learn-php-laravel/?coup...
Or if you want something more deeper or specific, here you have a good course about RESTful APIs with Laravel: https://www.udemy.com/laravel-5-php-framework-agile-and-practi...
Hope it helps :)
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