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Creating a module

Creating a module is simple and straightforward. Run the following command to create a module.

php artisan module:make <module-name>

Replace <module-name> by your desired name.

It is also possible to create multiple modules in one command.

php artisan module:make Blog User Auth

By default when you create a new module, the command will add some resources like a controller, seed class, service provider, etc. automatically. If you don't want these, you can add --plain flag, to generate a plain module.

php artisan module:make Blog --plain
# or
php artisan module:make Blog -p

Naming convention

Because we are autoloading the modules using psr-4, we strongly recommend using StudlyCase convention.

Folder structure

  ├── Blog/
      ├── Assets/
      ├── Config/
      ├── Console/
      ├── Database/
          ├── Migrations/
          ├── Seeders/
      ├── Entities/
      ├── Http/
          ├── Controllers/
          ├── Middleware/
          ├── Requests/
          ├── routes.php
      ├── Providers/
          ├── BlogServiceProvider.php
      ├── Resources/
          ├── lang/
          ├── views/
      ├── Repositories/
      ├── Tests/
      ├── composer.json
      ├── module.json
      ├── start.php

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