Fortify-driven Laravel UI replacement using Bootstrap 5

v0.0.2 2021-06-11 22:05 UTC

This package is auto-updated.

Last update: 2022-07-12 00:31:36 UTC



Using this template

Here are the steps to customize this template with your preset

  • Rename the files in the src directory. Example FortifyUIBootstrapCommand.php
    • Make sure you update any use statements and namespaces
  • Add your preset stubs to the stubs directory
  • Add your preset image and preset screenshots
  • Update the composer.json
    • Replace all instances of YourNamespace\\FortifyUIPreset with your details. For example: SomeDude\\FortifyUIBootstrap
  • Search & Replace all of the following terms
    • YourNamespace
    • yournamespace
    • YourPreset
    • yourpreset
    • SomeFramework
    • Your Name
    • yourusername
    • you@yourdomain.com


FortifyUI-Bootstrap is a Laravel Fortify UI preset, built with Bootstrap 5.


This package requires Laravel Fortify and FortifyUI. Installing FortifyUI will automatically install and configure Laravel Fortify for you, so you may start there.


To get started, you'll need to install YourPreset using Composer.

composer require drewwalton/fortifyui-bootstrap

Next, you'll need to run the install command:

php artisan fortify:bootstrap

This command will publish YourPreset's views and resources to your project.

  • All auth views
  • Other files...



FortifyUIPreset is open-sourced software licensed under the MIT license.