Every Admin Architect resource by default corresponds to an Eloquent model. So before creating a resource you must first create an Eloquent model for it.

Create a Resource

Resource is the main container of all services provided by Admin Architect out of the box. Resources handle Index Screens, Filters & Scopes, Create/Edit forms, Single & Butch Actions, Views, Exports and many other features.

The basic command for creating a resource is:

php artisan administrator:resource <name> <model>

Admin Architect will generate a new resource class in app/Http/Terranet/Administrator/Modules directory.

So your first Users resource might look so:


namespace App\Http\Terranet\Administrator\Modules;

use App\User;
use Terranet\Administrator\Contracts\Module\Editable;
use Terranet\Administrator\Contracts\Module\Exportable;
use Terranet\Administrator\Contracts\Module\Filtrable;
use Terranet\Administrator\Contracts\Module\Navigable;
use Terranet\Administrator\Contracts\Module\Sortable;
use Terranet\Administrator\Contracts\Module\Validable;
use Terranet\Administrator\Scaffolding;
use Terranet\Administrator\Traits\Module\AllowFormats;
use Terranet\Administrator\Traits\Module\HasFilters;
use Terranet\Administrator\Traits\Module\HasForm;
use Terranet\Administrator\Traits\Module\HasSortable;
use Terranet\Administrator\Traits\Module\ValidatesForm;

class Users extends Scaffolding implements Navigable, Filtrable, Editable, Validable, Sortable, Exportable
    use HasFilters, HasForm, HasSortable, ValidatesForm, AllowFormats;

    protected $model = User::class;