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  • Created by Nicolas Widart
  • Added on Jan 02, 2016
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Blog

A blog module, with translatable posts, categories and tags.

Blog module

This blog module will give you the ability to create blog posts, associate them with a category and multiple tags. Everything is transatable.

Info

All AsgardCMS modules respect Semantic Versioning.

Installation

Module Download

Using AsgardCMS's module download command:

php artisan asgard:download:module asgardcms/blog --migrations

This will download the module and run its migrations .

This is the recommended way if you wish to customise the fields, views, etc.

Composer

Execute the following command in your terminal

composer require asgardcms/blog-module

This is if the contact module is perfect for your use-case as-is, and doesn't need any changes to fit your needs.

Followed by a composer update

Note: After installation you'll have to give you the required permissions to get to the blog module pages in the backend.

Usage

  • You have to create a blog.index and blog.show page in your front end theme.
  • You can link to the blog index page using : route(locale() . '.blog')
  • In the blog index you'll have access to a $posts variable on which you can loop
  • To create a link to a specific post: route(locale() . '.blog.slug', [$post->slug])
  • On the blog index and blog show pages you'll have access to a $latestPosts variable containing the latest posts, this amount can be configured in the admin.
  • On a post detail page, you can have access to the next and previous post by calling:
    • $post->present()->previous
    • $post->present()->next

Resources

Module Download

Install any module with the php artisan asgard:download:module command.

php artisan asgard:download:module asgardcms/blog-module --migrations

This will download the module and run its migrations.

Composer

composer require asgardcms/blog-module

This is if the module is perfect for your use-case as-is, and doesn't need any changes to fit your needs.

Note: Don't forget to give yourself the required permissions before you can view the backend entries.

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