Some time ago I posted a tweet that went viral: it was my vision of how typical Laravel SaaS could be created, by just using the packages and tools from the community.
In this article, I decided to expand and actually show you how it can be done. That tweet above is exactly the plan of what we'll cover below, in this very long step-by-step tutorial.
The example project is quite simple, with a few CRUDs to manage Tasks and their Categories. You can call it a simple to-do list with SaaS on top.
But we will cover the fundamentals of how those tools work, so you can adopt any of them to your needs, by reading their documentation and experimenting.
So, let's start from scratch, from installing Jetstream starter kit?
Part 1/6. Install Laravel and Jetstream
This part is easy and standard.
1laravel new project2cd project3composer require laravel/jetstream4php artisan jetstream:install livewire
And that's it, we have default Laravel Jetstream installed:
If you plan to use Jetstreams teams functionality, install Jetstream using the
Part 2/6. CRUDs: Category/Tasks
For this basic SaaS, we will create two CRUDs: Categories and Tasks. Categories will be managed by the admin...