An Inertia.js Statamic adapter

v0.1.2 2021-05-03 00:14 UTC

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Last update: 2022-06-06 16:21:27 UTC


Statamic server side adapter for Inertia.js to build single-page apps, without building an API.

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You can install the package through Composer.

composer require hotmeteor/inertia-statamic



The Inertia adapter works for any page or entry content available through Statamic Collections.

By default, all Inertia-enabled pages will be expecting an app template, which should be located at resources/views/app.blade.php. This is the base page that any Inertia app is looking for, and should contain the @inertia directive. The template can be defined either at the collection or page level, but it must be app.

<!DOCTYPE html>
    <meta charset="utf-8" />
    <meta name="viewport" content="width=device-width, initial-scale=1.0, maximum-scale=1.0" />
    <link href="{{ mix('/css/app.css') }}" rel="stylesheet" />
    <script src="{{ mix('/js/app.js') }}" defer></script>

In your app.js file you must set up your Inertia app and reference where your Vue pages will live:

// app.js

import { createApp, h } from 'vue'
import { App, plugin } from '@inertiajs/inertia-vue3'

const el = document.getElementById('app')

  render: () => h(App, {
    initialPage: JSON.parse(,
    resolveComponent: name => require(`./Pages/${name}`).default,

Finally, you need to create a Pages folder in resources/js. This is where your app will be looking for Vue components that match the resolved naming of your Statamic pages.

|_ resources
    |_ js
        |_ Pages
            |_ About
                |_ Team.vue
            |_ Home.vue             

Both server-side setup and client-side setup full instructions are available on Inertia's website.

Component Naming

As you can see in the folder structure above, your Vue component naming and location must match the Statamic collection hierarchy + page slug combo for any Inertia-enabled pages. The adapter will automatically build these paths based on the page's URL and slug.

Here are some examples of what this looks like:

Statamic Collection Statamic Page Slug URL Component Name
Home Home home / Home.vue
Marketing Overview overview /marketing/ Marketing/Overview.vue
Marketing Logos and Colors logos-and-colors /marketing/logos Marketing/LogosAndColors.vue


All the typical data passed to a Statamic page as objects will now be available to your page as props. The props will contain all of the expected attributes and data. For example, the Inertia response's props object could look like:

Inertia\Response {#2587 ▼
  #component: "Marketing/Overview"
  #props: array:22 [▼
    "amp_url" => null
    "api_url" => null
    "collection" => array:3 [▶]
    "content" => array:4 [▶]
    "date" => Illuminate\Support\Carbon @1617827556 {#2478 ▶}
    "edit_url" => "http://mysite.test/cp/collections/marketing/entries/f854a1cf-0dcf-404b-8418-a74662ba77e7/overview"
    "id" => "f854a1cf-0dcf-404b-8418-a74662ba77e7"
    "is_entry" => true
    "last_modified" => Illuminate\Support\Carbon @1617827556 {#2477 ▶}
    "mount" => null
    "order" => null
    "parent" => null
    "permalink" => "http://mysite.test/marketing"
    "private" => false
    "published" => true
    "slug" => "overview"
    "template" => "app"
    "title" => "Overview"
    "updated_at" => Illuminate\Support\Carbon @1617827556 {#2523 ▶}
    "updated_by" => array:4 [▶]
    "uri" => "/marketing"
    "url" => "/marketing"
  #rootView: "app"
  #version: ""
  #viewData: []



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