Laravel Spark 6.0 is now available and this is one of the biggest updates yet. Some of the features of this release include localization, per seat pricing, a new UI and more. Here is a look at some of the improvements you can expect.
You may now easily translate Spark into your preferred language using Laravel language files. This even includes right-to-left languages.
Per Seat Pricing
Spark’s new per seat pricing allows you to charge users per team, teams per team member, or charge users/teams per a custom metric (such as projects created, etc.). This gives you much more flexibility and power when billing your users and will save you many hours of work when launching your SaaS.
When using per-seat pricing and charging users per team or teams per member, Stripe subscription quantities are automatically managed for you, allowing you to focus on building your application.
Spark 6.0 introduces a refreshed UI on the latest Bootstrap 4 release, which includes support for Flexbox and more. In addition, Stripe.js 3.0 and Stripe Elements are now used to collect payment information.
Spark 6.0 is a major update and it requires a license upgrade. Customers that purchased Spark on or after November 24, 2017, will receive Spark 6.0 for free. All other existing customers receive a 50% discount on license upgrades. For new customers, Spark 6.0 retains the same pricing as previous releases of Spark.
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