This package is to help developers quickly create crud on laravel models.

v1.0.2-alpha 2021-04-06 14:06 UTC


Generate a full CRUD ready to deploy application from your console


What this project currently does

  • Let you interactively define your database schema
  • Generate a fresh model into your app/Models folder and let you specify your default path.
    • It helps you generate the $fillables, and the $casts arrays to your model
  • Generate a migration file for you.

The main objective of the project is to help generate a working CRUD app based on your model definition.

Future updates would automatically;

  • Generate a seeder class and factory for you. And you can decide not to generate it based on setting an optional parameter
  • Generate routes
  • Generate validation class
  • Controllers
  • views


  • Go to the release page and download the laracrud binary
  • Move it to the sudo mv path/to/laracrud /usr/local/bin/ to run it as a root all the time
  • Give it permission sudo chmod 755 /usr/local/bin/laracrud to make it executable
  • We need to let bash know where the executable file is nano ~/.bash_profile

Add this line below to bash_profile and save

  • alias generator="php /usr/local/bin/laracrud"

Then run this command:

  • source ~/.bash_profile

Finally, you can type generator make:crud ModelName or laracrud make:crud ModelName in your terminal. You should see the below screen.

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How to use

  • From your terminal, navigate to your current Laravel project directory and type laracrud or the alias you've provided in the bash profile.

  • --m=[create|update] can be passed to the command if you want a new migration file, or you just want to update the existing schema.

  • --g=[model|migration] can also be passed to the command in case you only want to generate either a model or a migration. Without passing this parameter, the default mode will generate both model and migration files.

  • --f=[folder path] You can optionally pass it, if your model folder is not in app/Models. Otherwise, it will create or append the new file to the app/Models folder

  • --mf=[string] You can optionally pass it to give your migration file a meaningful name

  • --d You can dump the file content without first writing them to file

Supported Field Types

  • This project supports all Laravel migration column types
  • The default column type is string. Therefore, you can hit the return key if you do not want to change the type.
  • For string and integer field type, you can also omit the length so that it will use the default length.