davejamesmiller/laravel-breadcrumbs

A simple Laravel-style way to create breadcrumbs in Laravel 4+.

3.0.1 2016-08-28 16:57 UTC

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A simple Laravel-style way to create breadcrumbs in Laravel 5.

(If you are still using Laravel 4.0 to 4.2 please use the 2.x version of Laravel Breadcrumbs instead.)

Documentation

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Note: If you have any suggestions for improving the documentation -- especially if anything is unclear to you and could be explained better -- please let me know. (Or just edit it yourself and make a pull request.)

Support Requests / Bug Reports

All support requests / bug reports should be submitted using GitHub issues, and must include the following:

  • The complete error message, including file & line numbers
  • Steps to reproduce the problem
  • Laravel Breadcrumbs version
  • Laravel version
  • PHP version
  • Copies of the following files (you can use Gist if they're very long):
    • routes/breadcrumbs.php or app/Http/breadcrumbs.php
    • config/breadcrumbs.php (if used)
    • The view and/or layout files
    • The custom breadcrumbs template (if applicable)
    • config/app.php
    • Any other relevant files

Before you do - please don't be afraid to go into the Laravel Breadcrumbs code (vendor/davejamesmiller/laravel-breadcrumbs/src/) and use var_dump() (or dd() or print_r()) to see what's happening and try to fix your own problems! A pull request or detailed bug report is much more likely to get attention than a vague error report. Also make sure you read the documentation carefully.

Feature Requests / Pull Requests

Any feature requests / pull requests should include details of what you are trying to achieve (use case) to explain why your request should be implemented.

If you want to submit a bug fix, please make your changes in a new branch, then open a pull request. (The Contributing page of the docs may help you to get started if you've not done this before.)

If you want to submit a new feature, it's usually best to open an issue to discuss the idea first -- to make sure it will be accepted before spending too much time on it. (Of course you can go ahead and develop it first if you prefer!) Please be sure to include unit tests and update the documentation as well.

For more details see the Contributing section of the documentation.

Copyright © 2013-2015 Dave James Miller. Released under the MIT License.