Laravel Backpack and or Laravel Spark?

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  • joel-fernandes 1 week ago
    I need a little guidance and input. I am a sysadmin and not really a developer. I have a client who is minimally technical and has a legacy web app that was developed in an older version of Laravel. The application is for online courses and the only major parts left to complete are an online user registration and back end user management process and billing system. After some reading it looks like Laravel Spark and or Laravel Backpack might be worth deploying. My main question is are Spark and Backpack mutually exclusive ie can you use both? Or is it a one or the other situation. Any other thoughts on what to look at? TIA!
    
    

    I need a little guidance and input. I am a sysadmin and not really a developer. I have a client who is minimally technical and has a legacy web app that was developed in an older version of Laravel. The application is for online courses and the only major parts left to complete are an online user registration and back end user management process and billing system. After some reading it looks like Laravel Spark and or Laravel Backpack might be worth deploying. My main question is are Spark and Backpack mutually exclusive ie can you use both? Or is it a one or the other situation. Any other thoughts on what to look at? TIA!

  • mark 1 week ago
    Spark is build for subscriptional usage, so if you have a monthly subscription plan, then it could be worth looking into Spark.
    However it would require the entire application to be rebuild in Laravel Spark, if there is much logic I would rather install Laravel Cashier and handle the payments using that system.
    
    For admin panel, both Backpack, Voyager and Laravel Nova are some easy options, anyhow you should check their requirements to find one that fit for a older project.
    
    Also, if you need help I am available for hire, shot me a email.
    
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    Best Regards,    
    Mark Topper    
    Mail: [[email protected]](mailto:[email protected])    
    *I am available for freelance work*
    

    Spark is build for subscriptional usage, so if you have a monthly subscription plan, then it could be worth looking into Spark. However it would require the entire application to be rebuild in Laravel Spark, if there is much logic I would rather install Laravel Cashier and handle the payments using that system.

    For admin panel, both Backpack, Voyager and Laravel Nova are some easy options, anyhow you should check their requirements to find one that fit for a older project.

    Also, if you need help I am available for hire, shot me a email.


    Best Regards,
    Mark Topper
    Mail: [email protected]
    I am available for freelance work

  • hatrasi-datyra 1 week ago
    For admin panel, both Backpack, Voyager and Laravel Nova are some easy options, anyhow you should check their requirements to find one that fit for a older project.
    
    

    For admin panel, both Backpack, Voyager and Laravel Nova are some easy options, anyhow you should check their requirements to find one that fit for a older project.

  • niyaty-zinda 1 week ago
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    For admin panel, both Backpac jumble solverk, Voyager and word unscramblerLaravel Nova are some easy options, anyhow yo auto clickeru should check their requirements to find one that fit for a older project.

  • mark 6 days ago
    @hatrasi-datyra That is exactly what I said.

    @hatrasi-datyra That is exactly what I said.

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