This is the Linux app named Laravel Boilerplate whose latest release can be downloaded as v8.3.0.zip. It can be run online in the free hosting provider OnWorks for workstations.
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Laravel Boilerplate installs like a regular Laravel application. If you've done it once, you've done it a million times. Laravel Boilerplate provides you with a massive head start on any size web application. Out of the box it has features like a backend built on CoreUI with Spatie/Permission authorization. It has a frontend scaffold built on Bootstrap 4. Other features such as Two Factor Authentication, User/Role management, searchable/sortable tables built on my Laravel Livewire tables plugin, user impersonation, timezone support, multi-lingual support with 20+ built in languages, demo mode, and much more.
- This project makes lite use of DDD
- You can easily refactor back to the default Laravel file structure using tools in an application like PHPStorm
- The structure of each domain is up to you
- Services are classes to attempt to extract database logic out of the controllers
- There is a BaseService class you can extend
- With 20+ built in languages, demo mode, and much more
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