Vemto – Laravel Studio and Code Generator is launching today!

Hey guys, I'm happy to announce that [Vemto](https://vemto.app), a Laravel Studio and Code Generator I'm developing, is finally being launched today.

[Using Vemto](https://reddit.com/link/jkamro/video/3mlz16wxh1w51/player)

You can download it here: [https://vemto.app](https://vemto.app)

Vemto brings plenty of smart features to help you start your next project, and **generates the code** for:

* Models, Migrations, Policies, Factories, and Seeders
* Controllers and Form Requests
* CRUD applications
* Tests
* And much more coming soon... [(See the Roadmap)](https://trello.com/b/0MTU9Vyq/vemto-roadmap)

I would love to receive your feedback. I will keep working and improving it in the future, as my goal is to offer the best Laravel Studio that I can make.

I'm doing a draw of Three One-Year Developer Licenses too. The only requisite to participate is doing an RT of [this Tweet](https://twitter.com/Tiago_Ferat/status/1321809858463731713).

Thank you very much!

Kind Regards,

Tiago Rodrigues

15 thoughts on “Vemto – Laravel Studio and Code Generator is launching today!”

  1. Hey Tiago – looks great. Besides being a user interface opposed to a yaml file can you describe a few ways this is an improvement over using the popular Laravelshift Blueprint package?

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  2. I think the interface is really great, well done! Iā€™m not sure what kind of problem you are trying to solve as I feel I can easily create models and tabels with artisan.

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  3. Hey man, cool project and I wish you utmost success. But replying everyone with the same comment is gonna kick you in the ass. Don’t do it.

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  4. Looks good. You said it’s a cross-platform app. What did you use for development? Electron, or something else? Of course, if that’s not a secret.

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  5. **Heads up**.
    Your entity UI is very nicely laid out but there is a tool out there that offers a lot of features that you can maybe take a look at.

    **Github**: [https://github.com/GooGee/Entity-Builder](https://github.com/GooGee/Entity-Builder)

    **Demo**: [https://googee.github.io/Entity-Builder/dist/#/](https://googee.github.io/Entity-Builder/dist/#/)

    It has just about everything in so much detail. if you check the screens from the [github](https://github.com/GooGee/Entity-Builder) repo.

    Also on the horizon and by the same people who created Tinkerwell is [Invoker](https://invoker.dev/).

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  6. Looks good mate. I will try it out. With regards to you app, word of warning, lifetime licences are not good for you. You’ll find yourself updating and adding features and not seeing any financial benefit to the point which would eventually see you stop maintaining it. Also, the whole pricing structure based on how much the company revenue is.. how does that work and how would you know a companies revenue? I’d suggest going to a monthly or yearly billing thing like 9 a month or 80 a year. Keep it reasonable, the more expensive and prohibitive you make your pricing it will turn people off. Will give you feedback of the tool soon.

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