Laravel Boilerplate 7.0


July 20th, 2020


I have finally released the newest version of my Laravel Boilerplate project which was a ground-up rebuild and took nearly 4 months to complete.

I realize there are plenty of boilerplate projects available now since I first launched this 5 years ago, but I tried to design this one to be easy to understand and come with a ton of features most of us would use out of the box, and tried to trim the fat on the features that were more uncommon and easy to add ourselves.

Along with this project, I was tired of using jQuery datatables, and couldn’t find a Vue.js datatables plugin I liked, so I decided to make a lite version myself in Livewire. So included in this package is Laravel Livewire Tables (v1.0 coming soon) which took a couple of months to build in itself.

The project is labeled as a template on Github which makes it super easy for you to make your own project from.

Some of the core out of the box features you’ll get with BP7 are:

On the frontend:

  • User Dashboards
  • User Account Management
  • Two Factor Authentication
  • Social Logins

On the backend:

  • Dashboard
  • User Management
  • Role Management
  • User Impersonation
  • Change Passwords
  • Activate/Deactivate
  • Clear Sessions


  • Full Language Support with JSON files and 20+ languages built-in
  • Frontend/Backend architecture
  • Wildcard roles/permissions
  • Timezone Support
  • Demo Mode
  • Activity Log
  • Announcements (Globally, Frontend, Or Backend)
  • Different User Types, Roles, and Permissions specific to a user type.
  • Breadcrumbs
  • Password History
  • Password Expiration
  • Tests
  • Clean Controllers/Services/Form Requests/etc.

And many, many, more things you’ll just have to find when you try it.

You can check out the demo here.


Password: secret

Hop on over to the Github to download your copy now! (and don’t forget to give it a star!)

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Anthony Rappa

Full Stack/Certified Laravel Developer from Long Island, New York.