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Laravel Moonlight

titasgailius profile image Titas Gailius ・2 min read

Laravel Moonlight

Laravel Moonlight is a carefully crafted Laravel preset.

The goal of this preset is to provide an elegant scaffolding for your next single-page application.


Stack

  • VueJS
  • InertiaJS
  • TailwindCSS
  • Ziggy (Use named routes from your JS)

Usage

You may generate a basic scaffolding running this artisan command:

php artisan ui moonlight

Laravel Moonlight comes with a full-featured authentication scaffolding. You may include the authentication scaffolding by adding the --auth option:

php artisan ui moonlight --auth

Authentication scaffolding comes with these views:

  • Login
  • Register
  • Resend verification email
  • Reset password
  • Confirm new password (after password reset)
  • Confirm password (just like when GitHub asks to confirm your password for certain actions)

Routes

You may use Laravel named routes straight from your Vue components:

<a :href="$route('login')">Login</a>

The $route helper is powered by Ziggy.


Authenticated User

Every page has access to the authenticated user through a prop:

export default {
    props: {
        user: Object,
    }
}

Alternatively, you may access the authenticated user through a global variable: $page.user.

<h1>Hello, {{ $page.user.name }}</h1>

Validation Errors

Just like the authenticated user, you may access the validation errors through a prop:

export default {
    props: {
        errors: Object,
    }
}

Alternatively, you may access the validation errors through a global variable: $page.errors.

<span class="form-error">{{ $page.errors.email[0] }}</span>


Screenshots

Lastly, here are a few screenshots with the views that are included with this preset. You may find more on the GitHub repo.

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Feel free to check out full documentation at https://github.com/TitasGailius/laravel-moonlight

Feedback is more than welcome!

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Looks awesome....you got yourself a new follower :) It would be cool if there was a version for Nuxt.js instead of Inertia.js