modularsoftware/genealogy

Laravel Enso can be a solid start for any SPA based on Laravel 6.x, Vue and Bulma

v3.0.0-alpha 2019-07-04 20:58 UTC

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Description

Browser based Genealogy software for interacting and processing data efficiently. Easily create your own family tree by importing your existing data or manual data entry. Storage of all data is securely on your own server and does not leave your environment without your permission. In the future there will be optional smart matching with other servers.

Official Laravel Enso Documentation

The documentation is available here split into backend and frontend. Note that most sections have short demo clips.

Installation Steps

  1. Download the project with git clone https://github.com/modularsoftware/genealogy.git --depth 1

  2. Within the project folder run composer install

  3. Create a database for your site (see the Laravel database documentation), copy or rename the .env.example file to .env, edit the database configuration information, and run php artisan key:generate

  4. In order to serve the back-end API, take a look at the Local Development Server section of the Laravel installation documentation and consider using Valet for a better experience

  5. Run php artisan migrate --seed

  6. Open the client folder, copy the .env.example file, save it as .env and set the URL for the back-end API (which you've configured at step 4)

  7. Run yarn && yarn build

  8. Launch the site and log into the project with user: admin@laravel-enso.com, password: password

  9. For live reload / hot module replacement functionality run yarn serve

  10. (optional) Setup the configuration files as needed, in config/enso/*.php

Thanks

Built with Laravel Enso 3.x which is crafted on Laravel 6.0.x, Bulma, Vuejs 2 and:

Vue Router, Vuex, Axios, Font awesome 5, Animate.css, Bulma-Extensions, Driver.js, Chart.js, Flatpickr,

Special thanks to Taylor Otwell, Jeffrey Way, Evan You and Jeremy Thomas. Laravel Enso

Contributions

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

License

This package is released under the MIT license.