Easily load routes inside an iframe.

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v1.0.1 2023-02-16 19:21 UTC

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You can install the package via composer:

composer require headerx/laravel-iframes

You can publish views with:

php artisan vendor:publish --provider="HeaderX\Iframes\IframesServiceProvider" --tag="iframes-views"

You can publish the config file with:

php artisan vendor:publish --provider="HeaderX\Iframes\IframesServiceProvider" --tag="iframes-config"
If you are you are using jetstream, you may want to use replace 'web' middleware
below with 'sanctum', depending on your configurations but, this is just to say
the 'default' for jetstream is sanctum.

This is the contents of the published config file:

return [
    'theme' => 'jetstream',

    'middleware' => [

     * The Route prefix under which views should be loaded in an iframe.
     * This can be useful when you want to keep the appearance of the app
     * layout but the view contains css or javascript which is incompatible,
     * such as when using a package or some legacy views.
    'internal_iframe_prefix' => env('INTERNAL_IFRAME_PREFIX', 'iframes'),

     * The Route prefix under which to load external iframes,
     * such as from subdomains, static sites, or services
     * running on another backend platform or framework.
    'external_iframe_prefix' =>  env('EXTERNAL_IFRAME_PREFIX', 'extras'),

     * The key in the query string which will
     * be used to load external sites inside
     * an iframe.
    'external_link_key' => env('EXTERNAL_LINK_KEY', '?external_link='),


  • Install laravel jetstream, or publish the views and change the layout
  • Run artisan serve




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