- Laravel Artisan
- Run artisan commands from the command palette
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This extension is allowed to:
- Read & Write Files
- Launch Subprocesses
Laravel Artisan allows you to run artisan tasks from Nova's command palette and open commonly used files directories quickly.
Laravel Artisan requires a working Laravel project and artisan (obvs). The extension also assumes that laravel is at the root of your Nova project. There's currently no external dependencies as this extension simply runs shell commands.
Running Laravel Artisan commands:
- Select the Editor → Laravel Artisan menu item; or
- Open the command palette and type
Laravel Artisanfollowed by the command you'd like to run. This extension supports single-fire commands like Cache clearing and also commands that need a name, like creating models and controllers. It also allows additional arguments like
Currently supported commands are:
- Cache config
- Clear config cache
- Clear cache
- Forget cache
- Seed database
- Wipe database
- Migrate fresh
- Migrate refresh
- Migrate reset
- Migrate rollback
- Prune models
- Create notifications migration
and all make commands
With more to come in subsequent releases.
Quickly open common directories
Need to go to a Controller and wanna use the command palette. Ok, so you type your controller name into the open quickly palette and you get a list including with a bunch of similarly named files and spend a few seconds tapping through the list to find what you what you want and find it really annoying? Oh, that doesn't annoy you? Well it annoys me, so I've added commands to list commonly accessed directories, saving you a few taps.
I recommend mapping these to keyboard shortcuts to navigate your Laravel project even faster.
To configure global preferences, open Extensions → Extension Library then select Laravel Artisan's Preferences tab. From here you can specify your preferred shell and enable/disable command success messages.
Contribution and feedback
I'll be adding more commands and maybe some extra functionality soon, if there's anything you'd like to see or find any bugs, feel free to open an issue on GitHub.
Version 1.1 🗂️
NEW Open common laravel folders from the command line with Open...
Nova's open quickly can be a bit quirky at times, so skip a step and directly list and open things like models and controllers by viewing those folders directly. You can use keywords to open these directly in the command palette, but I reccomend attaching some of these to keyboard shortcuts.
Initial release 🎉
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