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Asset Manager for Laravel 5

1.0.1 2015-02-16 14:30 UTC

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Last update: 2022-02-01 12:44:40 UTC


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This package makes it easy to add JS files, CSS files and HTML imports to your template.

Install it

To install this package include it in your composer.json and run composer update:

"require": {
   "offline/laravel-assets-on-demand": "1.0.0"

Add the Service Provider to the provider array in your config/app.php


Add an alias for the facade to your config/app.php

'Asset'  => 'Offline\Asset\Facades\Asset',

Use it


Include an JS asset


Include an CSS asset



Assets are sorted by priority (ASC). Define the priority as integer via the second argmuent.

Asset::addCss('vendor/css/grid.css', -0);           // Is included 1st
Asset::addCss('build/css/app.css'  ,  0);           // Is included 2nd
Asset::addCss('build/css/app-overwrites.css', 10);  // Is included 3rd


To split your assets into groups, use the third parameter. Default is head.

Asset::addJs('build/js/app.js', 0, 'footer');

Add your assets to your template

In your template, include the assets via

{!! Asset::all() !!}  // Includes everything
{!! Asset::js()  !!}  // Includes js files only
{!! Asset::css() !!}  // Includes css files only

{!! Asset::js('footer') !!}  // Includes js files with position `footer`