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Matt Stauffer:
Introducing Laravel Nova: A Tool for Building Admin Panels and Custom CMSes
Jul 27, 2018 @ 10:16:01

Matt Stauffer has a new post to his site that takes a "deep dive" into Laravel Nova, the recently announced administration panel that's developed by the Laravel project. This is the first post in a new series.

These are my notes that I took during the announcement on 2018-07-25. I hope to go back later and update this after a more careful re-watching of the YouTube recording that's now up, so I could get some of my code samples more exact and catch anything I missed.

If you notice anything I missed or got wrong, please let me know on Twitter! And please check back in a few days so I have time to fix this up. :)

The post reads more like a live stream than a formal write up, but the good stuff is all there:

  • the basics of what Nova provides
  • how it works
  • defining a resource
  • working with fields
  • actions/filters
  • lenses
  • searching
  • auditing

...and much more. The post goes through each item, providing screenshots, context and code to show off the feature. If you want to see the announcement for yourself, check out the video over on YouTube.

tagged: laravel nova administration dashboard indepth features code

Link: https://mattstauffer.com/blog/introducing-laravel-nova-a-tool-for-building-admin-panels-and-custom-cmses/

Laravel News:
Introducing Laravel Nova
Jul 26, 2018 @ 09:41:57

On the Laravel News site they've posted an announcement about the release of Laravel Nova, an administration dashboard created and maintained by Taylor Otwell and the Laravel project maintainers.

We’re thrilled to announce Laravel Nova, a “beautifully designed administration panel for Laravel” created by the Laravel team.

The level of customization available in Nova is mind-blowing, and it’s quite intelligent out-of-the-box once you configure Nova resources for your application.

The frontend is powered by Vue.js with the backend hooking into your current Laravel application (with a bit of extra functionality added). Information and functionality provided by Nova includes resource management tools, searching via SQL queries, custom action definition and metrics. You can find out more information about its features on the project site and sign up for the mailing list for more information when it launches in August 2018. Nova will cost $99 USD for a solo license and $!99 USD for a "site" license (business).

tagged: laravel nova administration dashboard product announcement

Link: https://laravel-news.com/laravel-nova