Migrations in Laravel is like having version control of your database. It gives you the ability to create, modify and share a schema, as well as drop tables. Since it has version control, you can migrate and rollback your database changes with just a couple of CLI commands. Here’s a couple of examples.
$ php artisan migrate
$ php artisan migrate:rollback
In addition, you can also create a new migration table.
$ php artisan make:migration create_users_table --create="users"
It will create a file similar to this:
which you can modify and add fields.