Different UI for laravel/breeze

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v0.3.0 2022-07-01 03:32 UTC


Different UI for larave/breeze.

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We recommend installing this package on a project that you are starting from scratch.


note It doesn't matter if you use vitejs or laravel-mix, it will work in both cases.

  1. Fresh install Laravel >= 8.0 and cd to your app.
  2. Install laravel/breeze
composer require laravel/breeze --dev

# after finish run this command

php artisan breeze:install
  1. Install kamona/kui-laravel-breeze
composer require kamona/kui-laravel-breeze --dev

# after finish run this command

# This package will detect if your project uses vitejs or not by check if vite.config.js exist or not.
php artisan kui-breeze:replace blade
# available stacks (blade,vue,vue-jsx,react).
# So if you run `php artisan breeze:install vue` you can run `php artisan kui-breeze:replace vue` and the same for react.
# For example
# php artisan breeze:replace blade => php artisan kui-breeze:replace blade
# php artisan breeze:replace vue => php artisan kui-breeze:replace vue
# php artisan breeze:replace vue => php artisan kui-breeze:replace vue-jsx
# php artisan breeze:replace react => php artisan kui-breeze:replace react

# then
npm install && npm run dev # or yarn && yarn dev
  1. Configure your database.
  2. Run php artisan migrate.
  3. php artisan serve


You will found sidebar links in:

  • blade: resources/views/components/sidebar/content.blade.php.
  • vue: resources/js/Components/Sidebar/SidebarContent.vue.
  • vue-jsx: resources/js/Components/Sidebar/SidebarContent.jsx.
  • react: resources/js/Components/Sidebar/SidebarContent.jsx.


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