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in the last weeks i spent some time to create the
It based on the the following packages
Dre1080 - Warden -
Phil F - DbMenu -
dbpolito - Breadcrumb -
dbpolito - Message -
I created a simple Admin Interface to manage all the stuff like
You can find the fuel administrator here:
Thanks for any feedback
Great package Marcus! I'll take a look in the weekend, thanks for sharing!
Hi Marcus! I've seen you panel and it is a good start for a powerful backend.
I like very much the bootstrap panel (I was making my own panel in these days), but I don't like very much the way the admin panel was implemented.
Looking the code it seems that you have implemented 3 different modules:
I don't like this structure very much, in my idea it would be better to create a single module with admin template / user and more (eventually you could create a driver based interface for different user management modules).
I think it could be better to have a single module with a unique name, like "backendpro", and let other modules to extend it if they want to add some functionality.
What do you think?
thanks for your feedback.
Currently the admin dashboard is only a quick and dirty version.
My idea was to create an dashboard like the fuel depot admin module:
I will create an module "admin" for this, so that the main module will be used only for the frontend.
> eventually you could create a driver based interface for different user management modules
You mean to use another authorization like sentry or ninja auth?
Your idea sounds nice, too.
Maybe you can explain it a bit more in detail. (maybe an short example)
Thanks! Added this to the end of the Warden documentation at
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