bgaze/bootstrap-form

Bootstrap 4 forms builder for Laravel 5.8+

v1.0.9 2020-06-06 05:28 UTC

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Last update: 2021-05-14 21:11:28 UTC


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This package uses in background Laravel Collective HTML to simplify Bootstrap 4 forms creation into Laravel applications.

Model form binding and automatic error display are supported, as well as most of Bootstrap forms features : form layouts, custom fields, input groups, ...

Any contribution or feedback is highly welcomed, please feel free to create a pull request or submit a new issue.

Documentation

Full documentation and examples are available at https://packages.bgaze.fr/bootstrap-form

If you use PhpStorm IDE, you can also check this gist which allow to easily configure syntax highlighting and live templates for this package's custom Blade directives.

Quick start

Simply install the package using Composer:

composer require bgaze/bootstrap-form

There are a various configuration options available, publish the configuration file to customize them:

php artisan vendor:publish --provider="Bgaze\BootstrapForm\BootstrapFormServiceProvider"

The BF facade provides many methods to create forms and inputs:

echo BF::open(['url' => '/my/url', 'novalidate' => true])
echo BF::text('login')
echo BF::email('email')
echo BF::checkbox('remember_me', null, 1, null, ['switch' => true, 'inline' => true])
echo BF::submit('Login')
echo BF::close()

Most of them have a Blade directive alias to ease form creation from Blade templates:

@open(['url' => '/my/url', 'novalidate' => true])
    @text('login')
    @email('email')
    @checkbox('remember_me', null, 1, null, ['switch' => true, 'inline' => true])
    @submit('Login')
@close