Aug 15th, 2022 09:57 AM

Hi everyone, i have a question regarding Wave.

Is it possible OR did somone already tried integrating it with a React SPA frontEnd, if so how can we manage the subscriptions and roles from such an architecture?

Thanks in advance.


Aug 19th, 2022 10:00 AM

Best Answer

Hi there Ami,

In theory, this should be doable as Wave is based on Laravel. However, you might have to do quite a bit of refactoring.

You could try utilizing the existing Wave API, but in some cases it might not be sufficient and you would need to extend the default functionality.

You can do that by adding new API endpoints so that the backend functionality could be sufficient.

I personally use Wave independently as it comes with both frontend and backend but if we see enough demand, I might look into writing a tutorial on how to get started with React and Wave and maybe consider planning a new Wave + React theme.




Aug 21st, 2022 11:32 AM

Hi Bobby,

I am also looking at creating a separate front end or mobile app (react or react native) and use Wave as the backend. If you could write a tutorial or Wave/React theme, that would be very helpful.



Aug 31st, 2022 01:36 PM

Hi, thanks for the response,

I think that there is such a demand on this part, so making an SPA theme for WAVE beside the current ones will be a huge push for this project!