Laravel Livewire Tables Documentation

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This is the documentation for v3. You can switch versions in the menu at the top. Check your current version with the following command:

composer show rappasoft/laravel-livewire-tables


Publishing Assets

Publishing assets are optional unless you want to customize this package.

Note: I don't recommend you publishing the views unless you really need to change them, and if so, only keep the ones you are changing. Let the package display the rest. The views change quite often and you will miss out on new features or have unforeseeable issues.

1php artisan vendor:publish --provider="Rappasoft\LaravelLivewireTables\LaravelLivewireTablesServiceProvider" --tag=livewire-tables-config
3php artisan vendor:publish --provider="Rappasoft\LaravelLivewireTables\LaravelLivewireTablesServiceProvider" --tag=livewire-tables-views
5php artisan vendor:publish --provider="Rappasoft\LaravelLivewireTables\LaravelLivewireTablesServiceProvider" --tag=livewire-tables-translations
7php artisan vendor:publish --provider="Rappasoft\LaravelLivewireTables\LaravelLivewireTablesServiceProvider" --tag=livewire-tables-public

The default frontend framework is Tailwind, but you also have the option to use Bootstrap 4 or Bootstrap 5 by specifying in the config file.

This is the contents of the published config file:

3return [
4 /**
5 * Options: tailwind | bootstrap-4 | bootstrap-5.
6 */
7 'theme' => 'tailwind',

Tailwind Purge

If you find that Tailwind's CSS purge is removing styles that are needed, you have to tell Tailwind to look for the table styles so it knows not to purge them.

In your tailwind.config.js configuration:

1// V2
2module.exports = {
3 mode: 'jit',
4 purge: [
5 ...
6 './vendor/rappasoft/laravel-livewire-tables/resources/views/**/*.blade.php',
7 ],
8 ...
11// V3
12module.exports = {
13 content: [
14 ...
15 './vendor/rappasoft/laravel-livewire-tables/resources/views/**/*.blade.php',
16 ],
17 ...

Tailwind Dark Mode

If you find that the table is consistently displaying in Dark Mode, then you will need to add the following into your tailwind.config.js configuration, keeping in mind that this could impact other components using dark mode!

1module.exports = {
2 darkMode: 'class', // This specifies that Tailwind should look at Class elements to determine dark mode

Alpine.js Cloak

You must also make sure you have this Alpine style available globally. Note that this is configured by default by Livewire after 3.x

2 [x-cloak] { display: none !important; }