We've put toghether a working Laravel backend app, that you can install on your machine. This should make it easier for see how it looks and works. You can even change stuff in code, to see how easy it is to customize Backpack. In this Demo repository, we've:
Don't use this demo to start your real projects. Please use the recommended installation procedure. You don't want all the bogus entities we've created. You don't want all the packages we've used. And you definitely don't want the default admin user. Start from scratch.
1) In your
www directory, wherever you host your apps:
git clone https://github.com/Laravel-Backpack/demo.git backpack-demo
2) Set your database information in your
.env file (use
.env.example as an example);
3) Install all the requirements:
cd backpack-demo composer install
4) Populate the database and stuff:
php artisan key:generate php artisan migrate php artisan db:seed --class="Backpack\Settings\database\seeds\SettingsTableSeeder" php artisan db:seed
Once everything's installed, and your database has been set up:
[email protected], password
config/backpack/base.phpto change this and other preferences.
Depending on your vhost configuration you might need to access the application via a different url, for example if you're using
artisan serveyou can access it on http://127.0.0.1:8000/admin - if you're using Laravel Valet, then it may look like http://backpack-demo.test/admin - you will need to access the url which matches your systems configuration. If you do not understand how to configure your virtual hosts, we suggest watching Laracasts Episode #1 to quickly get started.