This is the history of how my childhood hobby turned into my current profession.
This is the final post in my custom field type series. I'll create the field type classes and get them working with the current code base.
I'll show how I moved the old static field type list to the database.
Currently, there is a decent set of core field types built into Laramanager. However, there might be a need for a custom field type specific to a project. So, let's see if I can put together a simple solution.
I have a vector version of my logo that I would like to use on my website. The easiest way to do this is make it available as a UIkit icon.
The current markdown editor field type in Laramanager is just OK. I really want a full screen mode with preview. In this post, I'll use UIkit, marked.js and highlight.js to make it happen.
I definitely could use a field for a Markdown editor (I use it for this blog). So I decided to add one to the core of LaraManager.
The last post I'll make in this series is about adding clients. What I want is to have a "Add/Create" link that shows a modal with a form to add a new client.
Now I am ready to start working on the client frontend section. Here I will introduce Laravel Dusk as use it to built out the basic functionality for my Vue components.
The application needs a way for a user to login and interact with the application. What I would like to do is check for a user in the database and if none exist then show them the "install" screen.