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Discussion on: Laravue - a beautiful dashboard for Laravel

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Tuan Duong Author • Edited

Hi @iqbaltld

Thanks for reaching this project. If you don't want to use php artisan serve, you should create vhost file (depends on which web server you are using) and point to /your/project/public folder, then you open browser to access to http://your_vhost_name. With the current release, Laravue doesn't support to be run as subfolder.

If you have any question, please let me know. I also suggest you open issue on github.com/tuandm/laravue/issues so that everyone can get noticed about your trouble.