Duration: 3 minutes
In addition to our core packages (Base and CRUD), we have quite a few packages you can install or download, that treat common use cases. Some have been developed by our core team, some by our wonderful community. For example, we have plug&play interfaces to manage site-wide settings, the default Laravel users table, users, groups & permissions, content for custom pages, using page templates, news articles, categories and tags, etc.
Take a look at:
Backpack is free for non-commercial use, but needs a license code in order to prevent "unlicensed use" notification bubbles and interruption of service. You can get a license code for your project:
free, if you're using it for non-commercial purposes; apply here;
free, if you've contributed to Backpack on Github; apply here;
$49 EUR/project, if you're making money using it for a project; buy here;
$299 EUR for unlimited projects, if you use Backpack a lot; buy here;
Freelancers or companies who make money using Backpack - for themselves, their employers or their clients, should purchase a commercial license here.
You don't need a license code on LOCALHOST. If you're just trying Backpack on your own machine, you don't need a license code. You only need a license code when you take your application to production.
With thousands of developers using Backpack, a lot of them non-commercial, and such a small price, we can't offer official support for the packages. We've been doing this since 2016, we actively maintain the packages, we try to squash any bugs ASAP and add new features all the time, but we unfortunately can't spend time on back-and-forth on implementation issues in your project. But. We do have good documentation and have been blessed with a great community, where people help each other out. If Backpack becomes your tool of preference, I highly recommend you join our gang. Help others get started, create cool stuff, or even influence the direction of Backpack:
backpack-for-laraveltag. We've been blessed with a great community, that is happy to help. Who doesn't like getting StackOverflow points?)
Thank you for sticking up with us for so long. This is the last Backpack lesson we can give you. Now you have absolutely no excuse not to start your first Backpack project :-) Here are a few links for if you still don't think you're ready: