The dashboard consists of tiles which are, under the hood, Livewire components. They can update themselves via polling.
Caleb Porzio is the creator & maintainer of Livewire, AlpineJS, and more. His latest open source endeavor was announced as “sponsorware”, which means it lived in a private repo (only available to Caleb’s GitHub Sponsors) until he hit a set sponsorship threshold, at which point it was open sourced.
On this episode, we talk through this sponsorware experiment in-depth. We learn how he dreamt it up, how it went (spoiler: very well), and how he had to change his mindset on 2 things in order to make sustainability possible.
Crater is free for life with all of the below features catered towards the freelance and small business community.
This looks really polished. It even has a React Native-based mobile app. That’s a lot!
Ignition offers you a beautiful, customizable error page. It also allows you to share your errors to Flare publicly. If configured with a valid Flare API key, it will send errors to a project in your Flare account.
By giving Pipe Dream a minimum of input in form of a sketch/entity list it will predict your application schema and feed it into a set of pipes. These pipes will generate all the files needed to get started really quick.
See Pipe Dream in action on this 2-minute intro video.
Drop-in Pusher replacement, SSL support, Laravel Echo support and a debug dashboard are just some of its features.
This looks really well done. The Laravel community is en fuego as of late. 🔥
Telescope provides insight into the requests coming into your application, exceptions, log entries, database queries, queued jobs, mail, notifications, cache operations, scheduled tasks, variable dumps and more.
Half my kingdom for a Telescope port to Rails and Phoenix/Plug.
This looks like a super useful package for anyone running/operating a Laravel app.
Turns out, pretty dang far. This web app was my attempt at mimicking Apple’s iOS music app, and I think I’ve come pretty close!
I have to admit, he did a pretty good job. The frontend is built on React and Redux. The backend? A Laravel-based API running on a Raspberry Pi!
Here’s the live demo, but be nice because Raspberry Pi.
Miguel Piedrafita wasn’t happy with how limited GitHub’s organization invites system is
GitHub organizations are missing a better invite system: you can add people to an organization, but you can’t setup a “Join this organization” button to appear at the top of the organization page.
Thanks to Miguel, now you can. ✊
Build custom admin panels 10x faster. Backpack will help you generate CRUDs for your Eloquent models, and easily create custom CRUDs for complex use cases.
To be clear, this is not a CMS. It’s a framework to build your own CMS for your Laravel projects.