Laravel 5 CRUD Generator integrated with AdminLTE

v1.0.4 2015-11-04 04:00 UTC

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Last update: 2020-05-19 21:35:21 UTC


Laravel CRUD Generator


Laravel >=5.1
PHP >= 5.5.9


  1. Run

    composer require appzcoder/crud-generator
  2. Add service provider to /config/app.php file.

    'providers' => [
        // Use the line bellow for "laravelcollective/html" package otherwise remove it.
    // Use the lines bellow for "laravelcollective/html" package otherwise remove it.
    'aliases' => [
        'Form'      => Collective\Html\FormFacade::class,
        'HTML'      => Collective\Html\HtmlFacade::class,
  3. Run composer update

Note: You should have configured database as well for this operation.


Crud command:

php artisan crud:generate Person --fields="name:string, email:string, age:number, message:text"

You can also easily include route, set primary key, set views directory etc through options --route, --pk, --view-path as bellows:

php artisan crud:generate Person --fields="name:string, email:string, age:number, message:text" --route=yes --pk=id --view-path="admin" --namespace=Admin

Other commands (optional):

For controller generator:

php artisan crud:controller PersonController --crud-name=Person --view-path="directory"

For model generator:

php artisan crud:model Person --fillable="['name', 'email', 'message']"

For migration generator:

php artisan crud:migration person --schema="name:string, email:string, age:number, message:text"

For view generator:

php artisan crud:view Person --fields="name:string, email:string, age:number, message:text" --view-path="directory"

By default, the generator will attempt to append the crud route to your routes.php file. If you don't want the route added, you can use the option --route=no.

After creating all resources run migrate command (and, if necessary, include the route for your crud as well).

php artisan migrate

If you chose not to add the crud route in automatically (see above), you will need to include the route manually.

Route::resource('person', 'PersonController');

Supported Field Types

These fields are supported for migration and view's form:

  • string
  • char
  • varchar
  • password
  • email
  • date
  • datetime
  • time
  • timestamp
  • text
  • mediumtext
  • longtext
  • json
  • jsonb
  • binary
  • number
  • integer
  • bigint
  • mediumint
  • tinyint
  • smallint
  • boolean
  • decimal
  • double
  • float


Sohel Amin