Blade x-component documentation

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v0.1.4 2020-03-23 14:04 UTC

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Last update: 2024-03-29 03:59:09 UTC


LXCD, short for Laravel x-Components Discovery, is a package aimed to make the new Laravel Blade x-components discoverable so you don't have to remember every single parameter.


Before you begin, ensure you have met the following requirements:

  • You are using Laravel 7.x or higher.
  • You document your code with phpDocumentor or no system at all.
  • You haven't opted out of Laravel's Package Discovery. If you have I'm assuming that you are able to register the package by yourself.


composer require wulfheart/lxcd



LXCD hooks into phpDocumentor's in-code-documentation. To document your code add the following comment over your component class' __construct method.

     * Label
     * Description
     * @param   string  $var_with_default  Parameter Description {@default default_val}
     * @param   string  $var_without_default     Parameter description.
    public function __construct(string $var_with_default = 'default_val', string $var_without_default)

This will result in the documentation below:

Rendered component card

You can access LXCD via <your-app.url>/lxcd. Please note that LXCD also discovers subfolders of your components.


If you are using a different base namespace for your components than App\View\Components or a different package installation location than ./vendor/wulfheart/lxcd you may override LXCD's default settings via your .env file:

LXCD_COMPONENTS_PATH = this\is\your\custom\path\to\your\components\root
LXCD_COMPONENTS_NAMESPACE = your\custom\base\namespace 


Pull requests are welcome. For major changes, please open an issue first to discuss what you would like to change.

If you experience any problems, bugs or have feature requests feel free to open an issue.

Roadmap 🚧

  • Make the blade component easily copiable
  • Preview the component visually (this might be quite complicated 😅)
  • ❓ Make a feature request.


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This project is licensed under the MIT License. Please refer to the LICENSE file.