A database interface package for Laravel
Administrator is an administrative interface builder for Laravel. With Administrator you can visually manage your Eloquent models and their relations, and also create stand-alone settings pages for storing site data and performing site tasks.
- Author: Jan Hartigan
- Website: http://Thirdsteplabs.com
- Version: 4.11.2
To install Administrator as a Composer package to be used with Laravel 4, simply add this to your composer.json:
composer update. Once it's installed, you can register the service provider in
app/config/app.php in the
'providers' => array( 'Thirdsteplabs\Administrator\AdministratorServiceProvider', )
Then publish the config file with
php artisan config:publish Thirdsteplabs/administrator. This will add the file
app/config/packages/Thirdsteplabs/administrator/administrator.php. This config file is the primary way you interact with Administrator.
Then finally you need to publish the package's assets with the
php artisan asset:publish Thirdsteplabs/administrator command.
Since Administrator has switched over to Composer, you can no longer use
php artisan bundle:install administrator or
php artisan bundle:upgrade administrator. If you want to use Administrator with Laravel 3, you must switch to the 3.3.2 branch, download it, and add it in the
/bundles/administrator directory and add this to your bundles.php file:
'administrator' => array( 'handles' => 'admin', //this determines what URI this bundle will use 'auto' => true, ),
The complete docs for Administrator can be found at http://administrator.Thirdsteplabs.com. You can also find the docs in the
Administrator was written by Jan Hartigan of Frozen Node for the Laravel framework. Administrator is released under the MIT License. See the LICENSE file for details.
- Bugfix: Strange legacy issue that was never caught with passing a no-op to array_get
- Bugfix: There was a routing issue with the new non-numeric model ids
- Model ids no longer have to be numeric
- New translations (vi)