Here you can find the guide on how to use laravel mail editor (aka Maileclipse).
Require this package in the
composer.json of your Laravel project. This will download the package
composer require qoraiche/laravel-mail-editor
qoraiche\mailEclipse\mailEclipseServiceProvider is auto-discovered and registered by default, but if you want to register it yourself:
Add the ServiceProvider in
'providers' => [ /* * Package Service Providers... */ qoraiche\mailEclipse\mailEclipseServiceProvider::class, ]
To publish the config, run the vendor publish command:
php artisan vendor:publish --provider="qoraiche\mailEclipse\mailEclipseServiceProvider"
This will create a new config file named
The configuration file contains all options needed to customize the package, the following table has each option documented:
|path||This is the URL where you can access maileclipse interface.||maileclipse|
|mailables_dir||Application mailables directory.||Default laravel mailables directory|
|factory||Use elequent factory to show previews fake data.||true|
|allowed_environments||Allowed application environments.||local, staging, testing|
|middlewares||The value should be an array of fully qualified class names of the middleware classes. example
|skeletons||This option contains an array of all pre-built HTML and markdown templates.||templates array|
The best way to get an idea of what this package does is to install it and try it out or check out this six-minute demo from the author:
All email templates are stored in the following directory:
resources/views/vendor/maileclipse/templates, don't worry if you don't see this directory in your application, since it will be generated for you when you create your first template.
If you are using an older version (less than v1.2) you will need to publish the templates folder using the following command:
php artisan vendor:publish --tag=maileclipse.templates
There are two ways you may make data available to your view. First, any public property defined on your mailable class will automatically be made available to the view, or you may manually pass your data to the view via the
with method, for more details checkout out laravel mail documentation.
All mailable view data will be available to you above the template editor so you can easily add data to the editor:
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