It is my first time writing a composer package for Laravel and publishing it on GitHub free for all. It feels great to finally be able to contribute back to this awesome community. In advance thank you for using my package, I hope you enjoy it while saving time and money.
My project is a code generator for the awesome Laravel framework. It helps the user generate resources like views, controllers, routes, language files or form request from the command line.
I would love it if you digs into my code and leave me some feedback. However, I am more interested in reviewing the code that the package generate. I want to make sure that my package generates a high standard code to set the foundation high for all users. Reviewing my code will mainly benefit me, while reviewing the generated code will benefit every user as they will start their project with a fine tuned code.
Package Name: Laravel Code Generator
Package Description: A clean code generator for Laravel framework that will save you time! This awesome tool will help you generate resources like views, controllers, routes, migration, language or request forms! It is extremely flexible and customizable. It is shipped with cross-browsers compatibility template, and client-side validation to make your application awesome.
Package Repository: https://github.com/CrestApps/laravel-code-generator
Package Documentation: https://crestapps.com/laravel-code-generator/docs/1.0
* Create full resource with a single command. * Create standard CRUD controllers with simple or form-request validation. * Create model. * Create named routes. * Create standard CRUD views. * Very flexible and rich with configurable options. * (Beta) Client-side validation. * File uploading handling. * Auto multiple-response storing in the database. * Create form-request. * Customizable view’s templates to enable you to change the standard look and feel of your application. * Create view's layouts. * Change the template at run time. * Create code to upload file.
I just published a new release of Laravel-Code-Generator that completely removes Laravel-Collective as dependency.
By default, it will not to use Laravel-Collective. Even thought the new version v1.1.0 does not depend on Laravel-Collective, it fully supports it. Anyone still likes to use Laravel-Collective will still be able to. v1.1.0 ships with a full template based on Laravel-Collective.
I also created a new documentation for the new version since the installation process changes and I made slight changes to the commands https://crestapps.com/laravel-code-generator/docs/1.1
I am still using blade for the default template, but you can easily make your own template without blade. In fact, the template is so flexible, you can do anything that you need with the template.
I hope you get to try the new version and share your thoughts.
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