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Boilerplate adminpanel: Laravel 6.0 + CoreUI Theme (Bootstrap 4) and simple CRUD examples. Based on new QuickAdminPanel 2019.
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Laravel + CoreUI: Adminpanel Boilerplate

It is a demo project for demonstrating what can be generated with new 2019 version of QuickAdminPanel tool. This boilerplate was fully generated, without adding any custom line of code.

What's inside

  • Adminpanel based on CoreUI theme: with default one admin user (admin@admin.com/password) and two roles
  • Users/Roles/permissions management function (based on our own code similar to Spatie Roles-Permissions)
  • One demo CRUD for Products management - name/description/price
  • Everything that is needed for CRUDs: model+migration+controller+requests+views

From that boilerplate you can manually create more CRUDs, assign permissions etc. Or use our online generator for this.

Screenshots

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How to use

  • Clone the repository with git clone
  • Copy .env.example file to .env and edit database credentials there
  • Run composer install
  • Run php artisan key:generate
  • Run php artisan migrate --seed (it has some seeded data for your testing)
  • That's it: launch the main URL or go to /login and login with default credentials admin@admin.com - password

License

Basically, feel free to use and re-use any way you want.


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