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Pierce McGeough1,754 Points
When creating the $table->integer('todo_list_id'); How come you dont need to use unsignedInteger?
Is it because you are not linking in the database?
Don Graham24,198 Points
The instructor could have used an unsigned integer, but for clarity and keeping the focus on Laravel, he uses a plain integer type.
Considering performance and query speed, an unsigned integer would be better suited in a real world app.