A demo application to illustrate how Inertia.js works with Laravel and React.Ping CRM React - A demo app to illustrate how Inertia.js works with Laravel and React (hosted on a heroku free dyno).
This is a port of the original Ping CRM written in Laravel and Vue.
Clone the repo locally:
git clone https://github.com/landish/pingcrm-react.git cd pingcrm-react
Install PHP dependencies:
Install NPM dependencies:
npm run dev
cp .env.example .env
Generate application key:
php artisan key:generate
Create an SQLite database. You can also use another database (MySQL, Postgres), simply update your configuration accordingly.
Run database migrations:
php artisan migrate
Run database seeder:
php artisan db:seed
Run artisan server:
php artisan serve
You're ready to go! Visit Ping CRM in your browser, and login with:
To run the Ping CRM tests, run:
Source Code: https://github.com/Landish/pingcrm-react
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