Helpful Tip: Wave Users Administration

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  • joe-elia 1 year ago
    I needed to add a couple extra fields to my users table so I made a migration that exteneded the user table. With the nature of the application I was bulding I needed to have these extra fields IN the users table and not a relational table.
    
    Anyways, if you want to add custom data to your users table you need to go to the BREAD builder -> Edit Users table then change this:
    ![](https://i.imgur.com/qmtmgfG.png)
    To This:
    ![](https://i.imgur.com/SfLSNAs.png)
    
    Also make sure you have your extra fields in the user table as fillable in your user model.

    I needed to add a couple extra fields to my users table so I made a migration that exteneded the user table. With the nature of the application I was bulding I needed to have these extra fields IN the users table and not a relational table.

    Anyways, if you want to add custom data to your users table you need to go to the BREAD builder -> Edit Users table then change this: To This:

    Also make sure you have your extra fields in the user table as fillable in your user model.

  • sco 1 year ago
    Well I done it the hard way and hardcoded into the wave dir. I'll definitely be switching to this method. Thanks Joe! How are you getting on with Wave? Not seen much of a community on here just yet.

    Well I done it the hard way and hardcoded into the wave dir. I'll definitely be switching to this method. Thanks Joe! How are you getting on with Wave? Not seen much of a community on here just yet.

  • joe-elia 1 year ago
    Hi @sco,
    
    I found Wave to be very limited in terms of upgrading Laravel and found some bugs here and there, but nothing I couldn't fix. Its a great source code of an admin panel and front end. I am taking bits and peices of it to make something useable. I think Wave is awesome, its still in beta so im letting the small bugs / issues fly... Although the author isn't really active on the fourms so I just stopped posting.

    Hi @sco,

    I found Wave to be very limited in terms of upgrading Laravel and found some bugs here and there, but nothing I couldn't fix. Its a great source code of an admin panel and front end. I am taking bits and peices of it to make something useable. I think Wave is awesome, its still in beta so im letting the small bugs / issues fly... Although the author isn't really active on the fourms so I just stopped posting.

  • sco 1 year ago
    Morning Joe,
    
    Yes I have found similar. Primarily that there are no webhooks in place which makes it quite difficult to manage subscriptions from Stripe and feed data back. I could write more hooks but defeats the purpose of a boilerplate install! I've emailed them anyway so maybe i'll hear back. 
    
    In the meantime i bought a copy of Spark and found it to be a more robust solution at this point. Took a watch through Laracast's latest series and on my way to MVP! 
    
    Fingers crossed we see some more activity here, I was hoping that we'd see a bigger community.

    Morning Joe,

    Yes I have found similar. Primarily that there are no webhooks in place which makes it quite difficult to manage subscriptions from Stripe and feed data back. I could write more hooks but defeats the purpose of a boilerplate install! I've emailed them anyway so maybe i'll hear back.

    In the meantime i bought a copy of Spark and found it to be a more robust solution at this point. Took a watch through Laracast's latest series and on my way to MVP!

    Fingers crossed we see some more activity here, I was hoping that we'd see a bigger community.

  • joe-elia 1 year ago
    Excatly, I'm taking my logic and moving it to another template. No need for Wave with all its limations. I was thinking to have it all API based using Vue JS as the front-end and Spark for billing. Wave did help me quickly build the App though.

    Excatly, I'm taking my logic and moving it to another template. No need for Wave with all its limations. I was thinking to have it all API based using Vue JS as the front-end and Spark for billing. Wave did help me quickly build the App though.

  • sco 1 year ago
    That's exactly what I done! Just about ready to launch. Good luck! Also, not heard back from Devdojo at all, bit disappointing.

    That's exactly what I done! Just about ready to launch. Good luck! Also, not heard back from Devdojo at all, bit disappointing.

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