digital-creative / collapsible-resource-manager

A custom sidebar menu with collapsible groups

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Collapsible Resource Manager

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Laravel Nova Collapsible Resource Manager in action

Provides an easy way to order and group your resources on the sidebar.

Installation

You can install the package via composer:

composer require digital-creative/collapsible-resource-manager

Next up, you must register the tool with Nova. This is typically done in the tools method of the NovaServiceProvider.

class NovaServiceProvider extends NovaApplicationServiceProvider
{
    public function tools()
    {
        return [
            // ...
            new CollapsibleResourceManager([
                'navigation' => [
                    TopLevelResource::make([
                        'label' => 'Resources',
                        'resources' => [
                            \App\App\Nova\User::class
                        ]
                    ]),
                ]
            ])
        ];
    }
}

Options

new CollapsibleResourceManager([
    'disable_default_resource_manager' => true, // default
    'remember_menu_state' => false // default
    'navigation' => [
        TopLevelResource::make(...),
        TopLevelResource::make(...)
    ]
])

On the navigation key only TopLevelResource are allowed to be used, any other resource will be ignored.

Navigation Resources

TopLevelResource

TopLevelResource::make([
    'label' => 'Resources',
    'icon' => null,
    'linkTo' => null, // accepts an instance of `NovaResource` or a Nova `Resource::class`
    'resources' => [
        NovaResource::make(...),
        Group::make(...),
        LensResource::make(...),
        InternalLink::make(...),
        ExternalLink::make(...),
        RawResource::make(...)
    ]
])

NovaResource

You can either pass a \App\App\Nova\Resource::class or a instance of NovaResource

NovaResource::make(\App\App\Nova\Customer::class)

Additionally you can redirect the user to specific views on click by chaining one of these methods:

NovaResource::make(\App\App\Nova\Customer::class)->index() // Open the create index for the given resource - default
NovaResource::make(\App\App\Nova\Customer::class)->create() // Open the create view for the given resource
NovaResource::make(\App\App\Nova\Customer::class)->detail($resourceId) // Open the detail view for the given ID
NovaResource::make(\App\App\Nova\Customer::class)->edit($resourceId) // Open the form view of the given ID

Authorization is also respected for each of these views

Group

Group appears as a toggle with a +/- sign that allows user to collapse multiple items into a single entry on the sidebar:

Group::make([
    'label' => 'Admin',
    'expanded' => false,
    'resources' => [
        // any resource instance
    ]
])

InternalLink

Internal Link is an easy way to manually direct user to an specific URL using the default navigation mechanism:

InternalLink::make([
    'label' => 'My custom internal link',
    'icon' => null
    'target' => '_self',
    'path' => '/my/custom/resource/url',
    'params' => [ 'resourceId' => 1 ]
    'query' => [' resource_per_page' => 100 ]
])

LensResource

Lens Resource is a quickly way to add an entry on the sidebar that directs the user directly to an lens view for a given resource,

It requires 2 params: the resource the lens was used and the lens class itself you want to link to:

LensResource::make(
    \App\App\Nova\Customer::class,
    \App\Nova\Lenses\MostValuableCustomers::class
)

ExternalLink

External links are useful to add entries on the menu that redirects user to an external URL:

ExternalLink::make([
    'label' => 'Google',
    'icon' => null
    'target' => '_blank',
    'url' => 'https://google.com.br'
])

RawResource

If none of the pre-configured resources suffice your needs, RawResource provides an way to manually define what params the
should be built with:

RawResource::make([
    'label' => 'Customer',
    'icon' => null
    'target' => '_self',
    'name' => 'index',
    'path' => null,
    'params' => [ 'resourceName' => 'customer' ],
    'query' => [ 'foo' => 'bar' ],
])

Authorization

All the resources uses AuthorizedToSee nova trait therefor they behave like tools and cards,
where you can chain canSee to determine if the current logged in user is allowed to see the resource.

Group::make(...)->canSee(function($request) {
    return true/false
})

By default NovaResource will follow the default policy registered for the given resource, however it can be overridden
by chaining the ->canSee() manually

Resource Labels and Translations

You can pass translated labels to any resource by calling the ->label() method, eg:

NovaResource::make(\App\App\Nova\Customer::class)->label(function() { return __('Customer'); }) // or
NovaResource::make(\App\App\Nova\Customer::class)->label(__('Customer'))

Resource Icons

You can define icons for NovaResource by either:

  • Calling ->icon() method on the NovaResource it accepts a Closure that returns a string or a string directly
  • Setting a static method called icon that returns an string on the resource class:
class Customer extends Resource
{
    //...
    public static function icon(): string
    {
        return <<<SVG
            <svg xmlns="http://www.w3.org/2000/svg" viewBox="0 0 24 24" width="24" height="24">
                <path fill="currentColor" d="M11.21 11.99c0-.87-.31-1.62-.93-2.23-.61-.62-1.36-.93-2.23-.93s-1.62.31-2.23.93c-.62.62-.93 1.36-.93 2.23 0 .87.31 1.62.93 2.23.62.62 1.36.93 2.23.93s1.62-.31 2.23-.93c.62-.61.93-1.35.93-2.23zm9.48 6.32c0-.43-.16-.8-.47-1.11a1.52 1.52 0 00-1.11-.47c-.43 0-.8.16-1.11.47-.31.31-.47.68-.47 1.11 0 .44.15.81.46 1.12.31.31.68.46 1.12.46.44 0 .81-.15 1.12-.46s.46-.68.46-1.12zm0-12.64c0-.43-.16-.8-.47-1.11s-.68-.47-1.11-.47c-.43 0-.8.16-1.11.47s-.47.68-.47 1.11c0 .44.15.81.46 1.12.31.31.68.46 1.12.46.44 0 .81-.15 1.12-.46.31-.31.46-.68.46-1.12zm-4.74 5.2v2.28c0 .08-.03.16-.09.24-.06.08-.12.12-.2.13l-1.91.3c-.09.29-.22.6-.4.94.28.4.65.87 1.11 1.42.06.09.09.17.09.25 0 .1-.03.18-.09.23-.19.25-.53.62-1.02 1.1-.49.49-.81.73-.97.73-.09 0-.18-.03-.26-.09l-1.41-1.1c-.3.16-.62.28-.95.38-.09.89-.19 1.53-.28 1.91-.06.2-.18.3-.37.3H6.9c-.09 0-.17-.03-.25-.09-.07-.06-.12-.13-.12-.22l-.28-1.88c-.28-.08-.59-.21-.93-.38l-1.46 1.1c-.06.06-.14.09-.25.09-.09 0-.18-.03-.26-.1-1.19-1.09-1.78-1.75-1.78-1.98 0-.07.03-.15.09-.23.08-.12.25-.33.51-.65s.45-.57.58-.75c-.19-.36-.33-.7-.43-1.01l-1.88-.3c-.08-.01-.15-.05-.21-.12s-.09-.15-.09-.24v-2.28c0-.08.03-.16.09-.24.06-.08.12-.12.2-.13l1.91-.3c.09-.29.22-.6.4-.94-.28-.4-.65-.87-1.11-1.42a.507.507 0 01-.09-.26c0-.1.03-.18.09-.25.18-.25.52-.61 1.01-1.1s.82-.73.98-.73c.09 0 .18.03.26.09L5.3 6.69c.28-.15.6-.28.95-.4.09-.89.19-1.52.28-1.9.06-.2.18-.3.37-.3h2.3c.09 0 .17.03.25.09.07.07.11.14.12.22l.28 1.89c.28.08.59.21.93.38l1.46-1.1c.07-.06.15-.09.25-.09.09 0 .18.03.26.1 1.19 1.09 1.78 1.75 1.78 1.98 0 .07-.03.14-.09.23-.1.13-.27.35-.52.67-.25.31-.43.56-.56.74.19.4.33.73.42 1.01l1.88.28c.08.02.15.06.21.13.05.08.08.16.08.25zm7.9 6.58v1.73c0 .13-.61.26-1.84.38-.1.22-.22.44-.37.64.42.93.63 1.5.63 1.7 0 .03-.02.06-.05.09-1 .58-1.51.88-1.53.88-.07 0-.26-.19-.57-.58-.31-.39-.53-.67-.64-.84-.16.02-.29.02-.37.02-.08 0-.21-.01-.37-.02-.12.17-.33.45-.64.84-.31.39-.5.58-.57.58-.02 0-.53-.29-1.53-.88a.105.105 0 01-.05-.09c0-.21.21-.77.63-1.7a3.78 3.78 0 01-.37-.64c-1.23-.12-1.84-.25-1.84-.38v-1.73c0-.13.61-.26 1.84-.38.11-.24.23-.45.37-.64-.42-.93-.63-1.5-.63-1.7 0-.03.02-.06.05-.09.03-.02.18-.1.43-.25.26-.15.5-.29.73-.42.23-.13.35-.2.37-.2.07 0 .26.19.57.57s.53.66.64.83c.16-.02.29-.02.37-.02.08 0 .21.01.37.02.42-.58.8-1.05 1.14-1.38l.07-.02c.03 0 .54.29 1.53.86.03.02.05.05.05.09 0 .21-.21.77-.63 1.7.14.19.26.4.37.64 1.23.13 1.84.26 1.84.39zm0-12.64v1.73c0 .13-.61.26-1.84.38-.1.22-.22.44-.37.64.42.93.63 1.5.63 1.7 0 .03-.02.06-.05.09-1 .58-1.51.88-1.53.88-.07 0-.26-.19-.57-.58s-.53-.67-.64-.84c-.16.02-.29.02-.37.02-.08 0-.21-.01-.37-.02-.12.17-.33.45-.64.84s-.5.58-.57.58c-.02 0-.53-.29-1.53-.88a.105.105 0 01-.05-.09c0-.21.21-.77.63-1.7a3.78 3.78 0 01-.37-.64c-1.23-.12-1.84-.25-1.84-.38V4.81c0-.13.61-.26 1.84-.38.11-.24.23-.45.37-.64-.42-.93-.63-1.5-.63-1.7 0-.03.02-.06.05-.09.03-.02.18-.1.43-.25.26-.15.5-.29.73-.42.23-.13.35-.2.37-.2.07 0 .26.19.57.57s.53.66.64.83c.16-.02.29-.02.37-.02.08 0 .21.01.37.02.42-.58.8-1.05 1.14-1.38l.07-.02c.03 0 .54.29 1.53.86.03.02.05.05.05.09 0 .21-.21.77-.63 1.7.14.19.26.4.37.64 1.23.13 1.84.26 1.84.39z"/>
            </svg>
        SVG;
    }
}

For the LensResource the static icon method should be defined on the lens class not on the resource class

And for all the other resources that doesnt accept a class string as configuration, the icon can be set by
passing an icon key or calling ->icon() to the resource itself, example:

ExternalLink::make([
    ...
    'icon' => function() { return '<svg>...</svg>' }, // or
    'icon' => '<svg>...</svg>',
])

ExternalLink::make(...)->icon(function() { return '<svg>...</svg>' }) // or
ExternalLink::make(...)->icon('<svg>...</svg>')

Icons

License

The MIT License (MIT). Please see License File for more information.