A module is a piece of software containing a group of functions that can be added to a ZEDx website. They can extend functionality or add new features to your ZEDx websites. ZEDx Module is like a laravel package, it has some views, controllers or models.

Folder Structure

  ├── Blog/
      ├── Config/
          ├── config.php //Module configuration
      ├── Console/
      ├── Database/
          ├── Migrations/ //Module migration files
          ├── Seeders/ //Module seeder files
      ├── Models/ //Contain your module database models
      ├── Http/
          ├── Controllers/ //Contain your module controllers
          ├── Middleware/ //Contain your module middlewares
          ├── Requests/ //Contain your module middlewares
          ├── routes.php //Route file
      ├── Providers/
          ├── BlogServiceProvider.php //In most cases you should not change this file
      ├── Repositories/
      ├── Resources/
          ├── assets/
              ├── dist/ //Contain generated assets, the content of this folder will be placed in publicdirectory when the module is published`
              ├── src/ //Contain your source assets
          ├── lang/
          ├── views/
      ├── Tests/
      ├── Widgets/
          ├── Backend/
          ├── Frontend/
      ├── composer.json
      ├── Module.php //Helps you to customize the install, uninstall methods
      ├── screenshot.png //Your module screenshot
      ├── start.php
      ├── task.js //Contain the list of assets that will be compilated via gulp
      ├── zedx.json //Module details


Create new module.

php artisan module:make blog

Show all modules in command line.

php artisan module:list

Reset and Refresh The Migrations for the specified module.

php artisan module:migrate-reset blog

php artisan module:migrate-refresh blog

Create new seed for the specified module.

php artisan module:make-seed users blog

Migrate from the specified module.

php artisan module:migrate blog

Seed from the specified module.

php artisan module:seed blog

Create new controller for the specified module.

php artisan module:make-controller SiteController blog

Publish assets from the specified module to public directory.

php artisan module:publish blog

Create new model for the specified module.

php artisan module:make-model User blog

php artisan module:make-model User blog --fillable="username,email,password"

Create new service provider for the specified module.

php artisan module:make-provider MyServiceProvider blog

Enable the specified module.

php artisan module:enable blog

Disable the specified module.

php artisan module:disable blog

Generate new middleware class.

php artisan module:make-middleware Auth blog

Create a module widget

php artisan module:make-widget blog WidgetName

Create a module archive zip file

php artisan module:archive blog

Publish a module widgets

php artisan module:publish-widget blog

Creating Module

Command line

To create a new module you can simply run :

php artisan module:make <module-name>

Create a new module

php artisan module:make Blog

Create multiple modules

php artisan module:make Blog User Auth

By default if you create a new module, that will add some resources like controller, seed class or provider automatically. If you don't want these, you can add --plain flag, to generate a plain module.

php artisan module:make Blog --plain
php artisan module:make Blog -p


  • Edit zedx.json file and feel free to describe your module by changin
"title": "Module Title",
"author": "Module Author Name",
"description": "Module description",
"keywords": ['key', 'words'],
  • Change Module.php to customize your Install and Uninstall methods
  • Set a beautiful screenshot of your module by replacing screenshot.png


Coming very soon.