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CRUD Content Management System (CMS) package for Laravel.

 Following are an outline of the steps you can take to create a CRUD content management system package for Laravel.

  1. Create a new package directory in your Laravel project.
  2. In the package directory, create a `src` directory for your package's source code.
  3. In the `src` directory, create a `Controllers` directory for your package's controllers.
  4. In the `Controllers` directory, create a `PageController.php` file for your package's page controller.
  5. In the `PageController.php` file, define the CRUD methods for managing pages (e.g. `index`, `create`, `store`, `edit`, `update`, `destroy`).
  6. In the `src` directory, create a `Models` directory for your package's models.
  7. In the `Models` directory, create a `Page.php` file for your package's page model.
  8. In the `Page.php` file, define the database schema and relationships for the pages.
  9. In the package directory, create a `routes` directory for your package's routes.
  10. In the `routes` directory, create a `web.php` file for your package's web routes.
  11. In the `web.php` file, define the routes for the CRUD methods in the `PageController`.
  12. Create views for each of the CRUD methods in the `resources/views` directory.
  13. Register your package in the `config/app.php` file and also add Service Provider for your package.
  14. Finally, run `php artisan vendor:publish` to publish the package's assets and config files.

This is a high level overview of the steps you would need to take to create a CRUD content management system package for Laravel. You may need to make adjustments depending on your specific requirements.


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