Fixing stuff on live server is wrong? Not always.
Controversial topic I want to talk about. Among web-developers, there’s a rule of processes how things should be pushed to live version – they need to go through local testing, then staging server and only then deployed to live. Same even wiht production bugs – you need to reproduce them locally and only then properly fix and deploy. I believed that too, until started our QuickAdmin. Here’s our story.
NEW: Roles/Permissions – with out-of-the-box Laravel ACL
Another new functionality in QuickAdmin – from now you can install a Roles/Permissions module and add permissions to your CRUDs. Here’s how it looks visually.
Finally, QuickAdmin version 1.0! (introducing versioning system)
That day came at last. After endless tweaking and refactoring, we are confident enough to call our QuickAdmin a stable tool and announce official version 1.0.0! (party)
Larancer – QuickAdmin-powered system to manage freelance business
Today I want to present to you a demo-project we’ve release to show the capabilities of our QuickAdmin. Larancer is a simple system for managing freelance business: projects, clients, income etc.
How to use Laravel .env and .env.example files?
While working with a team and with different environments like local, staging and production, there are different settings for each machine. For that we have .env and .env example files. How to use them effectively?
Try our QuickAdminPanel Generator!
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.