Audith Basis on Laravel Framework

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Audith Basis is an enhanced version of Laravel framework, a feature list for which is provided below.


  • [Back-end] Completely localized routes - access your endpoints and URLs in your own language, with Unicode support.
  • [Front-end/UI] Back-end control panel - comes with built-in control panel, featuring sample pages for you to expand upon.
  • [Front-end/UI] Custom web-fonts, web typography support - build and use your own web-fonts with included toolset, from any TTF/OTF fontsets.
  • [Front-end/UI] Webpack support - build all web assets with Webpack.
  • [DevOps/CI/CD] Docker support - fully Dockerized package with pre-built PHP 5.6 and 7.0 containers.


Setting up your Developer Environment

I have included a build script in ./storage/scripts/dev-env/ inside of which you can see steps necessary to spin up desired Docker configuration and prepare your development environment. Steps involved are:

  1. Build or pull necessary Docker containers.
  2. Start your desired Docker-Compose configuration (any of: PHP 5.6 or 7.0).
  3. Update your /etc/hosts file to point to the primary container in your Docker configuration - generally php_XXX is the primary container, which is linked to php_XXX-fpm and other machines.
  4. Create .env file, containing your environmental variables.
  5. Switch into the primary container environment, to start building your environment (Note: before doing so, please read the important note in file!):
    1. Install Sauce Connect and start it as a daemon.
    2. Install NPM dependencies.
    3. Install woff-2 and it's submodules; and build them (used to build custom web-fonts).
    4. Install css3-font-converter package and build it (used to build custom web-fonts).
    5. Clone/update google-fonts to local storage, copy required font files and build your web-fonts.
    6. Run Webpack to build web assets.
    7. Install Composer dependencies.
    8. Using Laravel Artisan, generate an encryption key and run migrations, install Laravel Passport keys.
    9. Since Docker runs with root privileges, chown all newly created files to your host machine UUID:GUID (assuming it is 1000:1000, modify if necessary).
    10. And finally, run all the tests.

Additionally, I've included few commands to shut down Docker-Compose configuration and cleanup your host machine from unnecessary Docker assets.