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LaraCommander - Artisan Web Dashboard

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A web dashboard for Artisan Commands

Once you've installed LaraCommander, you may wish to view the guide to How the Dashboard works


This package requires PHP 5.6+, and includes a Laravel 5 Service Provider.

To install through composer include the package in your composer.json.

    "require": {
        "midnite81/laracommander": "1.*"

Run composer install or composer update to download the dependencies or you can run composer require midnite81/laracommander.

Laravel 5 Integration

If you're using Laravel 5.5, you can ignore the first part of this as Laravel will auto discover this package, but you will need to publish the config file.

To use the package with Laravel 5 firstly add the LaraCommander service provider to the list of service providers in app/config/app.php.

'providers' => [

Add in the facades to the aliases section of app/config/app.php.

'aliases' => [
    'Form' => Collective\Html\FormFacade::class,
    'Html' => Collective\Html\HtmlFacade::class,

Publish the config

Publish the config files using php artisan vendor:publish --provider="Midnite81\LaraCommander\CommandServiceProvider"

If you're using Laravel 5.5 or above you can simply type php artisan vendor:publish and select Provider: Midnite81\LaraCommander\CommandServiceProvider

Configuration File

Once you have published the config files, you will find a laracommander.php file in the config folder. It is important that you look through these settings and update these where necessary. By default LaraCommander isn't set to use any auth middleware, which can be set in the config depending on your needs.

Setup complete

If you've followed the steps above you should now be able to load the LaraCommander Dashboard by going to (or whatever url you're specified in the config).

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