timothyasp/nova-badge-field

A Laravel Nova field.

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v2.0.1 2022-06-23 21:35 UTC

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README

Works with Nova 4!

This is a simple Laravel Nova Badge field. It extends the Select field and allows a simple mapping of colors to values to display a "Badge" on the index and details pages. Can be customized with tailwind classes

Details Page

details page select

Index

index badge

Installation

You can install the package in to a Laravel app that uses Nova via composer:

composer require timothyasp/nova-badge-field

For Nova v1 - v3 support, use "timothyasp/nova-badge-field": "^1.04" in your composer.json

Usage

In addition to any of the Select field options and presentation methods, here are a few Badge specific customizations this package provides.

To customize the text color of the badge, set the color attribute on the option. If there isn't an option set, it defaults to setting the background color and the text color is set to a contrasting white/black color based on the brightness of the background.

use Timothyasp\Badge\Badge;

$options = [
    'option1' => 'Option 1',
    'option2' => 'Option 2'
];

Badge::make('Field')
   ->options($options)
   ->colors([
      'option1' => '#ffffff',
      'option2' => '#000000'
   ]);

If you prefer to use the label as the display text on the index and detail pages, you can use the ->displayUsingLabels() option.

use Timothyasp\Badge\Badge;

$options = [
  'Option 1' => 1,
  'Option 2' => 2
];

Badge::make('Field')
   ->options($options)
   ->colors([
      'Option 1' => '#ffffff',
      'Option 2' => '#000000'
   ])->displayUsingLabels();

Finally, if you need even more customization on the badge display, use the extraClasses method to pass along any additional Tailwind classes to customize the appearance of the Badge.

This is useful if you'd like to customize the badges to be stacking instead of inline, when using the Stack field.

use Timothyasp\Badge\Badge;

$options = [
    'option1' => 'Option 1',
    'option2' => 'Option 2'
];

Badge::make('Field')
    ->options($options)
    ->extraClasses('mr-2 text-4xl flex');

Credits

Built for QuizGriz - the #1 online trivia and quiz game site

License

The MIT License (MIT). Please see License File for more information.