How to Customize Datatables: 6 Most-Requested Tips
Our QuickAdminPanel relies on Datatables.net library to show the data. It has quite a lot of settings, options and configurations, so in this article I will show how to use them after downloading your panel.
“Multi-Tenancy” Extended: User may Belong to Multiple Teams
After releasing our “Teams multi-tenancy” module, we’ve got a few comments and questions about some settings, the most popular was multiple teams for one user. It’s pretty hard to extend the generator for it, so we decided to build a demo-project instead.
James from Kommunity Labs: “QuickAdminPanel Saves Me At Least 1 Day of Coding”
Let’s Talk: Can We Help You Build Your Project?
When people start using our QuickAdminPanel generator, it seems pretty confusing. We get it. You want to create your own project, but not sure what modules to use, what CRUDs to create, in which order, how to build relationships etc. No worries, we’re here to help.
How to Add New QuickAdminPanel Code After Local Changes
Pretty common question we get asked by customers. Imagine you’ve built a panel, downloaded it and then decided to change some code locally. After a while, you need to build another new CRUD on top – how do you merge changes?
New Module: Teams Multi-Tenancy
Today we’ve released a new module in our QuickAdminPanel Generator – called Teams Multi-Tenancy. We already had a module for “simple” multi-tenancy, where every user could access only their entries, but many customers asked us to extend it to teams or companies. So we did it.
How to Add Multi-Language Models to Laravel QuickAdminPanel
A few customers asked us for a new function – ability to have multi-language models. We could have built it into our generator, but there’s a package that does 99% of that, so why reinvent the wheel instead of recommending a good alternative? So here’s an article with demo-version how to use dimsav/laravel-translatable into our admin panel.
Laravel Package Creators: Let’s Meet the TOP 5 Closer
We use a lot of packages inside Laravel. For free. But do we know the PEOPLE who created them and support us? Let’s recognize their names and faces and give the respect they deserve. Here’s the list of the most “famous” creators with their packages, maybe you will find out some new packages for yourself.
jenssegers/date: Carbon Date and Time in Your Locale
Laravel heavily uses Carbon library for date and time management, but there’s one package that extends Carbon to make it work better with local strings.
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How it works:
1. Generate panel online
No coding required, you just choose menu items.
2. Download code & install locally
Install with simple "composer install" and "php artisan migrate".
3. Customize anything!
We give all the code, so you can change anything after download.