Eloquently manage your database models in Statamic.

v7.5.1 2024-06-21 10:46 UTC


Runway gives you the ability to display & manage your Eloquent models in Statamic.

"With Runway I was able to quickly make a beautiful admin panel that administrators can use. If Runway didn't exist, it would have taken me a week or two to build something that wasn't quite as nice. Thanks for saving me days and days of work Duncan!"

Erin Dalzell, Certified Statamic Partner

Read the docs.


Control Panel integration

Runway fits right into the Control Panel - enabling you to create, edit and view your models. In most cases, you'll not notice the difference between an entry in the CP and an Eloquent model in the CP.

Front-end routing

Need to show your models on the front-end of your site? No problem - Runway's got that under control. Simply tell Runway the route you'd like to use and it'll serve up the front-end for you.

// config/runway.php

return [
    'resources' => [
        \App\Models\Product::class => [
            'route' => '/products/{{ slug }}',

Antlers templating

In addition to front-end routing, you may also use Runway's tag to loop through your models and display the results. The tag supports filtering, using Eloquent scopes and sorting.

{{ runway:product }}
    <h2>{{ name }}</h2>
    <p>Price: {{ price }}</p>
{{ /runway:product }}


If you're a GraphQL fan, you're now able to fetch your models via GraphQL. Runway will augment the fields just like you'd expect.

    products(limit: 25, sort: "name") {
        data {


If you don't like GraphQL and would prefer plain old REST, you can do that too. Runway easily integrates with Statamic's REST API.

'resources' => [
    'collections' => true,
    // ...
    'runway' => [
        'product' => true,


If you find a bug, have some question or have a feature request, please open a GitHub Issue or Discussion.

Please note: only the latest version of this addon is supported. Any bug reports regarding an old version will be closed.