laravel-enso/services

Service manager for Laravel Enso

2.0.0 2020-06-30 13:19 UTC

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Services package is an extesion of the Laravel Enso enviroment, designed for services management.

Note: This package cannot be used outside of enso enviroment and is not included in Laravel Enso Core packages.

Features

  • crud operations for services
  • includes seeders & factories
  • includes front-end assets
  • tests

Instalation

  • install the package using composer: composer require laravel-enso/services
  • adds the following alias in webackpack.mix.js
.webpackConfig({
        resolve: {
            extensions: ['.js', '.vue', '.json'],
            alias: {
                 //other aliases
                '@services': `${__dirname}/vendor/laravel-enso/services/src/resources/js`,
            },
        },
    })
  • in resources/js/router.js file, verify that RouteMerger is imported, or import it

import RouteMerger from '@core-modules/importers/RouteMerger';

  • make sure routeImporter is also imported

import routeImporter from '@core-modules/importers/routeImporter';

  • then use RouteMerger to import front-end assets using the alias defined in webpack.mix.js
(new RouteMerger(routes))
    .add(routeImporter(require.context('./routes', false, /.*\.js$/)))
    .add(routeImporter(require.context('@services/routes', false, /.*\.js$/)));
  • in resources/js/app.js import the package's icons

import '@services/icons'

  • make sure hot module replacement is not active, and run yarn dev or npm run dev

Publishes

  • you can publish the product seeder and customize it to your liking

php artisan vendor:publish --tag=services-factories

Icons

The package uses the following icons:

  • hand-holding-usd

Contributions

are welcome. Pull requests are great, but issues are good too.

License

This package is released under the MIT license.