Laravel is a free and open–source PHP framework. It is very useful for developing web applications using a Model-View-Controller (MVC) model. Most of the organizations and developers already recognized the power of the Laravel framework.
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- PHP >= 7.0.0
- Laravel >= 5.5.0
- Fileinfo PHP Extension
- MySQL or MariaDB
How to install Laravel-admin on CloudJiffy?
Step 1: Login to CloudJiffy.
Login using your credentials.
Step 2: Create Environment
- Create an Environment that satisfying PHP and Laravel requirements. For this, we have one-click installation Laravel in the Marketplace.
Go to Marketplace > search for Laravel > Add environment name > Install
- To satisfy MySQL or MariaDB requirements, once Laravel installation is done go to change environment topology > select DB and click on apply.
Note: You will get the PHPMyAdmin link and its credentials on the registered email id.
Create the database and fill the details in the .env file.
Step 3: Update the details in .env file
You can find the .env file in the /var/www/webroot/ROOT/laravel
Step 4: Start the installation process of Laravel-admin
- Before proceeding further with the installation make sure that the database connection settings are correct.
composer require encore/laravel-admin
Then run these commands to publish assets and config：
php artisan vendor:publish –provider=”Encore\Admin\AdminServiceProvider”
After run command you can find config file in config/admin.php, in this file you can change the install directory,db connection or table names.
At last run following command to finish install.
php artisan admin:install
Step 5: Set the document root
You can set document root in /etc/httpd/conf/httpd.conf
Step 6: Access the URL
Use username admin and password admin to login.
Note: Change the password.
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