Spoon is the Laravel template that is used for our projects that don't use Blender, which ships with big features like i18n and an admin panel. Spoon is relatively unopinionated, and comes with some utility packages we use in every project.
You may use our template but please notice that we offer no support whatsoever. We also don't follow semver for this project and won't guarantee that the code (especially the master branch) is stable. In short: when using this, you're on your own.
What's in the Box?
Some highlights of what's included here:
- Devtools: debugbar, laravel-mail-preview, laravel-tail
- Database backups
- Bugsnag integration
- PHP-CS fixer
- A zero-downtime deploy script with Envoy
- Our babel setup
- CSS transpilation with CSSNext
This guide assumes you're using Laravel Valet
Download the master branch
git clone https://github.com/spatie/spoon.git
Install the composer dependencies
Make a copy of the
cp .env.example .env
Generate an application key
php artisan key:generate
Finally make sure you have a database named
spoon, and run the migrations and seeds
php artisan migrate --seed
Installing Spoon's front end dependencies requires
Spoon uses Laravel Mix to build assets. To build assets run:
yarn run dev
Available build tasks are defined in
Generally we won't accept any PR requests to Spoon. If you have discovered a bug or have an idea to improve the code, contact us first before you start coding.
Spoon and The Laravel framework are open-sourced software licensed under the MIT license