So, I really do like Laravel Jetstream, but I'm not 100% ready to go all in on those tech stacks, just yet. Thankfully, u/TaylorCodes gave us Laravel Fortify!
I made [FortifyUI](https://github.com/zacksmash/fortify-ui) to utilize Laravel Fortify's awesome functionality and to give you a familiar starting point, from previous versions of Laravel. It's completely un-styled, doesn't include any CSS or JS frameworks, just bare code for you to do what you want with. I hope this helps someone out there with their project. PR's welcome and any other feedback you have. This is my first official Laravel package, so if you have any tips or feedback on that part, I'd love to hear that, as well.
6 thoughts on “I just created FortifyUI — An un-opionated, un-styled Laravel Fortify authentication starter”
Nice work! I just made a cheeky PR for a quick change to the readme, hope that’s Ok.
Awesome, looks good!
This is probably what Jetstream should have been from the beginning. Thank you very much!
Ahhh I literally got stuck with this earlier, I wish I’d have seen this. Within 5 minutes of installing Laravel 8 I had unfamiliar component syntax (`x-component`), unfamiliar frontend binding and an actions folder in the Http (livewire), unfamiliar CSS (tailwind). I have no doubt they are all super cool tools individually, but it was too much to take on in one go for a dinosaur like myself. This package would have really helped.
Awesome stuff, been looking out for something like this!
This is exactly what I will be using in my next project. In fact this should be part of Laravel Jetstream