Admin panels are an essential part of many web apps and online platforms. Although there are many admin packages available, including Laravel’s own Spark package, we experienced that it’s also very easy to create an admin panel from scratch. The main advantages: you know every detail of the admin panel and once the project is growing and more functionality is required, it can be easily extended. In the second part of the series on building your own basic admin panel we focus on CRUD operations.Read more
Many web apps and online platforms need some kind of administration panel to manage the their public parts. Only a limited number of users with a specific role or privileges have access to this admin panel. Examples include a webshop, hour registration tool, cooking website or a blog.
To build such an admin panel you have several options. We have build a lot of administration panels and the PHP framework Laravel came out as our favorite. For Laravel, several admin packages are already available, including the offical Spark package. However, we experienced that Laravel itself already has so much features to quickly build a basic admin panel yourself that a package isn’t always needed. In this blog series, we like to share our approach.Read more
It’s now 5 years since we built our first web application and a lot has happened since then. We started with building applications from scratch without any framework. Then we realized it made no sense to write every piece of code ourselves and we started exploring the possibilities to build applications in WordPress. Although WordPress is a great tool, it didn’t have the flexibility we need to build custom web apps. Nowadays we use a combination of Laravel and Vue. We are very happy with the combination of these frameworks and decide to write a blog series about building web applications using Laravel and Vue. This is the first blog of the series.Read more
When an application grows bigger and code gets more involved, chances are that you are accidentally reusing the same function or class name. As a consequence, an error occurs. If you’re using external libraries, you even have a bigger change of creating an error. The solution is to use namespacing and this blog covers an introduction to this topic.Read more