Plugins
Model States
Seamlessly integrate model states and transitions into the Filament.
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Table Column
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Spatie Integration
Dark theme support
Yes
Multi language support
Yes
Compatible with the latest version
Supported versions: 3.x
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Pennant for Filament

#Introduction

The Model States for Filament plug-in is a powerful tool that seamlessly integrates model states and transitions into the Filament UI. It supports Spatie Laravel Model States out-of-the-box, which makes transitioning, listing, and filtering states effortless tasks.

#Example

Consider a scenario where you're managing an e-commerce platform with various order states like new, processing, shipped, delivered, and canceled. With this plug-in, you can effortlessly list all products based on their states, apply filters to quickly locate specific orders in each state, and seamlessly transition between states directly within Filament's intuitive interface. For instance, you can move an order from processing to shipped with just a few clicks, streamlining your workflow and enhancing productivity.

This plug-in leverages the robust capabilities of Filament PHP and the support of Spatie Laravel Model States out-of-the-box, providing a seamless solution for managing model states and transitions with efficiency and ease.

#Demo video

Model States for Filament - Demo Video

Check out this video demonstrating how straightforward it is to transition from one valid state to another using Filament, with the following transitions in mind:

stateDiagram-v2
[*] --> New
New --> Processing
New --> Canceled
Processing --> Shipped
Processing --> Canceled
Shipped --> Delivered
Delivered --> [*]
Canceled --> [*]

#Features

Model States for Filament comes packed with a range of features to enhance your experience:

  • Listing states within tables and exports.
  • Filtering records by states.
  • Grouping records by states.
  • Transitioning to valid states using select or toggle button components.
  • Transitioning to valid states using page and table actions.
  • Out-of-the-box support for the Spatie Laravel Model States package.
  • Compatible with dark mode.

#Installation

Thank you for choosing Model States for Filament!

Here's a comprehensive guide to installing and utilizing this plug-in. If you encounter any issues, have questions, need support, or want to request a feature, please feel free to contact me at maartenpaauw@gmail.com.

#Requirements

  • PHP ^8.1
  • Laravel ^10.0 or ^11.0
  • Filament ^3.2.39
  • Spatie Laravel model states ^2.7

Additionally, make sure you have configured at least one Spatie Laravel model state in your project. For more information, refer to the official Spatie documentation.

#Installation steps

#Install with Composer

To begin, add the private registry to your composer.json:

{
"repositories": [
{
"type": "composer",
"url": "https://model-states-for-filament.composer.sh"
}
]
}

Once the repository is added, you can install Model States for Filament like any other composer package:

composer require maartenpaauw/model-states-for-filament

You will be prompted to provide your username and password. The username will be your email address and the password will be equal to your license key, followed by a colon (:), followed by the domain you are activating. For example, let's say we have the following licensee and license activation:

  • Contact email: john.doe@example.com
  • License key: 8c21df8f-6273-4932-b4ba-8bcc723ef500
  • Activation fingerprint: example.com

This will require you to enter the following information when prompted for your credentials:

Loading composer repositories with package information
Authentication required (model-states-for-filament.composer.sh):
Username: john.doe@example.com
Password: 8c21df8f-6273-4932-b4ba-8bcc723ef500:example.com

To clarify, the license key and fingerprint should be separated by a colon (:).

#Publishing

The plug-in offers English and Dutch translations. You can publish the language files if needed:

php artisan vendor:publish --tag="model-states-for-filament-translations"

#Deploying

It is not advised to store your auth.json file inside your project's version control repository. To store your credentials on your deployment server you may create a Composer auth.json file in your project directory using the following command:

composer config http-basic.model-states-for-filament.composer.sh your_account_email your_license_key:fingerprint_domain

You can see your credentials in your Anystack.sh account: Anystack -> Transactions -> View details next to Model States for Filament.

Important: Make sure the auth.json file is in .gitignore to avoid leaking credentials into your git history.

If you are using Laravel Forge, you don't need to create the auth.json file manually. Instead, you can set the credentials on the Composer Package Authentication screen of your server.

#Setup

In this paragraph, we list the steps you need to follow to get up and running with the out-of-the-box supported Spatie integration.

#Spatie

Make sure you have configured at least one Spatie Laravel model state. For more information, refer to the official Spatie documentation.

#State Preparation

When utilizing Spatie Laravel Model States, you'll have several abstract state classes. These abstract classes require certain modifications. To properly integrate them, it's necessary to implement the FilamentSpatieState interface and utilize the ProvidesSpatieStateToFilament trait.

Here's an example of the OrderState abstract class with the necessary modifications already applied.

<?php
 
namespace App\States;
 
use App\Models\Order;
use Maartenpaauw\Filament\ModelStates\Concerns\ProvidesSpatieStateToFilament;
use Maartenpaauw\Filament\ModelStates\Contracts\FilamentSpatieState;
use Spatie\ModelStates\State;
use Spatie\ModelStates\StateConfig;
 
/**
* @extends State<Order>
*/
abstract class OrderState extends State implements FilamentSpatieState
{
use ProvidesSpatieStateToFilament;
 
public static function config(): StateConfig
{
return parent::config()
->default(NewState::class)
->allowTransition(NewState::class, ProcessingState::class)
->allowTransition(ProcessingState::class, ShippedState::class)
->allowTransition(ShippedState::class, DeliveredState::class)
->allowTransition([NewState::class, ProcessingState::class], CancelledState::class, ToCancelled::class);
}
}

💡 Tip: More information about state configuration can be found in the official Spatie documentation.

#Transition Preparation

Spatie Laravel model states offer support for custom transition classes. All custom transition classes must implement the FilamentSpatieTransition interface and use the ProvidesSpatieTransitionToFilament trait before they can be used within Filament.

Here is an example of the ToCancelled transition class with the necessary modifications in place.

<?php
 
namespace App\States;
 
use App\Models\Order;
use Maartenpaauw\Filament\ModelStates\Concerns\ProvidesSpatieTransitionToFilament;
use Maartenpaauw\Filament\ModelStates\Contracts\FilamentSpatieTransition;
use Spatie\ModelStates\Transition;
 
/**
* @implements FilamentSpatieTransition<Order>
*/
final class ToCancelled extends Transition implements FilamentSpatieTransition
{
use ProvidesSpatieTransitionToFilament;
 
public function __construct(
private readonly Order $order,
) {
}
 
public function handle(): Order
{
$this->order->state = new CancelledState($this->order);
$this->order->cancelled_at = now();
 
$this->order->save();
 
return $this->order;
}
}

💡 Tip: For more information about transition configuration, refer to the official Spatie documentation.

#Additional Transition Data

Most of the time, additional data is needed before transitioning to a new state. Considering the ToCancelled transition, it would be beneficial to store a reason explaining why the state transitioned to cancelled state. By adding a form method to the transition class, a form will be displayed when initiating the transition.

Here is an example ToCancelled transition class with the form is place. This transition will display a reason textarea when the StateAction or StateTableAction button is clicked.

<?php
 
namespace App\States;
 
use App\Models\Order;
use Maartenpaauw\Filament\ModelStates\Concerns\ProvidesSpatieTransitionToFilament;
use Maartenpaauw\Filament\ModelStates\Contracts\FilamentSpatieTransition;
use Spatie\ModelStates\Transition;
 
/**
* @implements FilamentSpatieTransition<Order>
*/
final class ToCancelled extends Transition implements FilamentSpatieTransition
{
use ProvidesSpatieTransitionToFilament;
 
public function __construct(
private readonly Order $order,
private readonly string $reason = '',
) {
}
 
public function handle(): Order
{
$this->order->state = new CancelledState($this->order);
$this->order->cancelled_at = now();
$this->order->cancellation_reason = $this->reason;
 
$this->order->save();
 
return $this->order;
}
 
public function form(): array | Closure | null
{
return [
Textarea::make('reason')
->required()
->minLength(1)
->maxLength(1000)
->rows(5)
->helperText(__('This reason will be sent to the customer.')),
];
}
}

⚠️ Warning: Since the plug-in needs to create transition instances to determine if there is a form, all constructor properties, except for the model, must have default values.

By default, this plug-in will map the form component names to their constructor property names. Considering the previous ToCancelled transition, the reason textarea input will correspond to the constructor property $reason. If you want to make any modifications before creating the transition instance, you can override the static method fill.

For example, you can prefix the reason:

<?php
 
namespace App\States;
 
use App\Models\Order;
use Illuminate\Support\Arr;
use Maartenpaauw\Filament\ModelStates\Concerns\ProvidesSpatieTransitionToFilament;
use Maartenpaauw\Filament\ModelStates\Contracts\FilamentSpatieTransition;
use Spatie\ModelStates\Transition;
 
/**
* @implements FilamentSpatieTransition<Order>
*/
final class ToCancelled extends Transition implements FilamentSpatieTransition
{
use ProvidesSpatieTransitionToFilament;
 
public function __construct(
private readonly Order $order,
private readonly string $reason = '',
) {
}
 
public static function fill(Model $model, array $formData): SpatieTransition
{
return new self(
order: $model,
reason: 'The order is cancelled because: ' . Arr::get($formData, 'reason'),
);
}
 
public function handle(): Order
{
$this->order->state = new CancelledState($this->order);
$this->order->cancelled_at = now();
$this->order->cancellation_reason = $this->reason;
 
$this->order->save();
 
return $this->order;
}
 
public function form(): array | Closure | null
{
return [
Textarea::make('reason')
->required()
->minLength(1)
->maxLength(1000)
->rows(5)
->helperText(__('This reason will be sent to the customer.')),
];
}
}

#Optional Label, Description, Color and Icon

By default, the name of the state class is used as a label (for example, CancelledState will have the label Cancelled), without any assigned description, color or icon. If you desire a different label, description, color, or icon, you must implement the HasLabel, HasDescription, HasColor, or HasIcon interface.

Here is an example of the Cancelled state with HasLabel, HasDescription, HasColor, and HasIcon implemented.

<?php
 
namespace App\States;
 
use Filament\Support\Colors\Color;
use Filament\Support\Contracts\HasColor;
use Filament\Support\Contracts\HasDescription;
use Filament\Support\Contracts\HasIcon;
use Filament\Support\Contracts\HasLabel;
 
final class CancelledState extends OrderState implements HasDescription, HasColor, HasIcon, HasLabel
{
public function getLabel(): string
{
return __('Order Cancelled');
}
 
public function getColor(): array
{
return Color::Red;
}
 
public function getIcon(): string
{
return 'heroicon-o-x-circle';
}
 
public function getDescription(): ?string
{
return 'Order cancelled, transaction reversed.';
}
}

📝 Note: The description is used when utilizing the StateRadio component.

By default, "Transition to" followed by the name of the destination state is used as the transition label. Like states, it has no color or icon. If you want a different label, or if you want to use a color or icon; you have to implement the HasLabel, HasColor or HasIcon interface.

Here is an example ToCancelled transtition with HasLabel, HasColor and HasIcon implemented.

<?php
 
namespace App\States;
 
use App\Models\Order;
use Filament\Support\Colors\Color;
use Filament\Support\Contracts\HasColor;
use Filament\Support\Contracts\HasIcon;
use Filament\Support\Contracts\HasLabel;
use Maartenpaauw\Filament\ModelStates\Concerns\ProvidesSpatieTransitionToFilament;
use Maartenpaauw\Filament\ModelStates\Contracts\FilamentSpatieTransition;
use Spatie\ModelStates\Transition;
 
/**
* @implements FilamentSpatieTransition<Order>
*/
final class ToCancelled extends Transition implements FilamentSpatieTransition, HasLabel, HasColor, HasIcon
{
use ProvidesSpatieTransitionToFilament;
 
public function __construct(
private readonly Order $order,
private readonly string $reason = '',
) {
}
 
public function handle(): Order
{
$this->order->state = new CancelledState($this->order);
$this->order->cancelled_at = now();
$this->order->cancellation_reason = $this->reason;
 
$this->order->save();
 
return $this->order;
}
 
public function getLabel(): string
{
return __('Mark as Cancelled');
}
 
public function getColor(): array
{
return Color::Red;
}
 
public function getIcon(): string
{
return 'heroicon-o-x-circle';
}
 
public function form(): array | Closure | null
{
return [
Textarea::make('reason')
->required()
->minLength(1)
->maxLength(1000)
->rows(5)
->helperText(__('This reason will be sent to the customer.')),
];
}
}

#Migrating Away from Enum States

For each enum case, you have to create a state class. When you used string-backed enums, don't forget to add the public static string $name property. This is because, by default, Spatie Model States uses the fully qualified class name as the state representation and stores it in the database. To be backward compatible with the old enum values, you have to implement the static string property.

💡 Tip: More information about state serializing can be found in the official Spatie documentation.

#Usage

In this paragraph, all available components and their features are listed.

#State Column

The StateColumn will display the related model state within a table.

Model States for Filament - State Column

State column with color and icon.

use Maartenpaauw\Filament\ModelStates\StateColumn;
 
// ...
 
StateColumn::make('state')
->badge();

When utilizing the StateColumn component, this plug-in will automatically generate a label for the current state. If you desire a custom label, you can implement the HasLabel interface.

Because the StateColumn component is based on the TextColumn component, all the familiar TextColumn modifiers can be used (e.g., badge()).

💡 Tip: For more information about columns, refer to the official Filament documentation.

#State Entry

The StateEntry will display the related model state within an infolist.

Model States for Filament - State Entry

State entry with color and icon.

use Maartenpaauw\Filament\ModelStates\StateEntry;
 
// ...
 
StateEntry::make('state')
->badge();

When utilizing the StateEntry component, this plug-in will automatically generate a label for the current state. If you desire a custom label, you can implement the HasLabel interface.

Because the StateEntry component is based on the TextEntry component, all the familiar TextEntry modifiers can be used (e.g., badge()).

💡 Tip: For more information about entries, refer to the official Filament documentation.

#State Select

⚠️ Caution: When using a state select in combination with the Spatie integration, states aren't transitioned using the Transition classes and are directly saved to the database like regular fields. Only use this select when you are sure you are not relying on Transition classes and StateChanged events.

The StateSelect is a form component that enables selecting valid state transitions, disabling all other invalid state transitions. This component is intended for basic state transitions that do not require additional form fields.

Model States for Filament - State Select

State select with disabled invalid transitions.

use Maartenpaauw\Filament\ModelStates\StateSelect;
 
// ...
 
StateSelect::make('state')
->native(false);

When utilizing the StateSelect component, this plug-in will automatically list all states using their generated class name label. If you desire a custom label, you can implement the HasLabel interface.

Because the StateSelect is based on the Select component, all the familiar Select modifiers can be used ( e.g., native()).

💡 Tip: For more information about selects, refer to the official Filament documentation.

#State Toggle Buttons

⚠️ Caution: When using a state toggle button in combination with the Spatie integration, states aren't transitioned using the Transition classes and are directly saved to the database like regular fields. Only use this toggle button when you are sure you are not relying on Transition classes and StateChanged events.

Similar to the StateSelect, the StateToggleButtons is a form component that enables selecting valid state transitions, disabling all other invalid state transitions. This component is intended for basic state transitions that do not require additional form fields.

Model States for Filament - State Toggle Buttons

State toggle buttons with disabled invalid transitions.

use Maartenpaauw\Filament\ModelStates\StateToggleButtons;
 
// ...
 
StateToggleButtons::make('state')
->inline();

When utilizing the StateToggleButtons component, this plug-in will automatically list all states using their generated class name label. If you desire a custom label, you can implement the HasLabel interface.

Because the StateToggleButtons is based on the ToggleButtons component, all the familiar ToggleButtons modifiers can be used (e.g., inline()).

💡 Tip: For more information about toggle buttons, refer to the official Filament documentation.

#State Radio

⚠️ Caution: When using a state radio in combination with the Spatie integration, states aren't transitioned using the Transition classes and are directly saved to the database like regular fields. Only use this radio when you are sure you are not relying on Transition classes and StateChanged events.

The StateRadio is a form component that enables choosing valid state transitions, disabling all other invalid state transitions. When the state class implements the HasDescription interface, the description is displayed underneath the state label. This component is intended for basic state transitions that do not require additional form fields.

Model States for Filament - State Radio

State radio with disabled invalid transitions.

Model States for Filament - State Radio with Description

State radio with description and disabled invalid transitions.

use Maartenpaauw\Filament\ModelStates\StateRadio;
 
// ...
 
StateRadio::make('state')
->inline();

When utilizing the StateRadio component, this plug-in will automatically list all states using their generated class name label. If you desire a custom label, you can implement the HasLabel interface.

Because the StateRadio is based on the Radio component, all the familiar Radio modifiers can be used ( e.g., inline()).

💡 Tip: For more information about the radio input, refer to the official Filament documentation.

#State Action

The StateAction component allows you to transition a state to another valid state. Basic transitions will only show a confirmation dialogue, while advanced state transitions display an additional form before the transition can be performed.

Model States for Filament - State Action

Simple state transition action.

Model States for Filament - State Action With Form

Advanced state transition action with additional form.

use App\States\CancelledState;
use Maartenpaauw\Filament\ModelStates\StateAction;
 
// ...
 
StateAction::make('cancel')
->transitionTo(CancelledState::class);

When utilizing the StateAction component, this plug-in will automatically generate a label for the transition. By default, "Transition to" followed by the name of the destination state is used as the transition label. If you desire a custom label, you can publish the language files and change the transition_to_state translation, or you can implement the HasLabel interface.

Because the StateAction component is based on the Action component, all the familiar Action modifiers can be used (e.g., closeModalByClickingAway()).

💡 Tip: For more information about actions, refer to the official Filament documentation.

#Different Attribute Name

By default, this plug-in assumes the attribute where the state is stored is named state. If you wish to use a different attribute name, you can configure it using the attribute() method. For example, the following code uses the attribute status to store the model state.

use App\States\CancelledState;
use Maartenpaauw\Filament\ModelStates\StateAction;
 
// ...
 
StateAction::make('cancel')
->attribute('status')
->transitionTo(CancelledState::class);

#State Table Action

The StateTableAction component enables transitioning a state to another valid state. Basic transitions will only display a confirmation dialogue, while advanced state transitions will show an additional form before the transition can be completed.

Model States for Filament - State Table Action

Simple state table transition action.

Model States for Filament - State Table Action With Form

Advanced state table transition action with additional form.

use App\States\CancelledState;
use Maartenpaauw\Filament\ModelStates\StateTableAction;
 
// ...
 
StateTableAction::make('cancel')
->transitionTo(CancelledState::class);

When utilizing the StateTableAction component, this plug-in will automatically generate a label for the transition. By default, "Transition to" followed by the name of the destination state is used as the transition label. If you desire a custom label, you can publish the language files and change the transition_to_state translation, or you can implement the HasLabel interface.

Because the StateTableAction component is based on the Action component, all the familiar Action modifiers can be used (e.g., closeModalByClickingAway()).

💡 Tip: For more information about table actions, refer to the official Filament documentation.

#Different Attribute Name

By default, this plug-in assumes the attribute where the state is stored is named state. If you wish to use a different attribute name, you can configure it using the attribute() method. For example, the following code uses the attribute status to store the model state.

use App\States\CancelledState;
use Maartenpaauw\Filament\ModelStates\StateTableAction;
 
// ...
 
StateTableAction::make('cancel')
->attribute('status')
->transitionTo(CancelledState::class);

#State Select Filter

The StateSelectFilter component filters table records by the selected state.

Model States for Filament - State Select Filter

State select filter will all states listed.

use Maartenpaauw\Filament\ModelStates\StateSelectFilter;
 
// ...
 
StateSelectFilter::make('state')
->multiple();

When utilizing the StateSelectFilter component, this plug-in will automatically list all states using their generated class name label. If you desire a custom label, you can implement the HasLabel interface.

Because the StateSelectFilter is based on the SelectFilter component, all the familiar SelectFilter modifiers can be used (e.g., multiple()).

💡 Tip: For more information about select filters, refer to the official Filament documentation.

#Hide State Filter

The HideStateFilter component adds a toggle filter which hides a specific state when enabled.

Model States for Filament - Hide State Filter

Toggle filter which hides the cancelled state.

use App\States\CancelledState;
use Maartenpaauw\Filament\ModelStates\HideStateFilter;
 
// ...
 
HideStateFilter::make('hide_cancelled')
->hiddenState(CancelledState::class);

When utilizing the HideStateFilter component, this plug-in will automatically generate a label for the filter. By default, "Hide" followed by the name of the state is used as the filter label. If you desire a custom label, you can publish the language files and change the hide_state translation.

Because the HideStateFilter is based on the Filter component, all the familiar Filter modifiers can be used ( e.g., default()).

💡 Tip: For more information about filters, refer to the official Filament documentation.

#State Group

The StateGroup adds functionality to group table records based on their status.

Model States for Filament - State Group

State group with label.

use Maartenpaauw\Filament\ModelStates\StateGroup;
 
// ...
 
StateGroup::make('state')
->label('State');

When utilizing the StateGroup component, this plug-in will automatically generate a label for the current state. If you desire a custom label, you can implement the HasLabel interface.

Because the StateGroup component is based on the Group component, all the familiar Group modifiers can be used ( e.g., label()).

💡 Tip: More information about groups can be found on the official Filament documentation.

#State Tabs

The StateTabs component can be used to filter records using tabs. In addition to the state tabs, there will also be an "All" tab to list all records. The state tabs are alphabetically ordered.

Model States for Filament - State Tabs

State tabs with icon.

use Maartenpaauw\Filament\ModelStates\StateTabs;
 
// ...
 
public function getTabs(): array
{
StateTabs::make($this->getModel())->toArray();
}

If you prefer not to include the "All" tab mentioned above, you can chain the includeAllTab(false) method.

use Maartenpaauw\Filament\ModelStates\StateTabs;
 
// ...
 
public function getTabs(): array
{
StateTabs::make($this->getModel())
->includeAllTab(false)
->toArray();
}

💡 Tip: For more information about state tabs, refer to the official

Filament documentation.

#State Export Column

The StateExportColumn will add a column to Excel or CSV export with the related model state as the value.

Model States for Filament - State Export Column

State label in cell.

use Maartenpaauw\Filament\ModelStates\StateExportColumn;
 
// ...
 
StateExportColumn::make('state')
->label('State');

When utilizing the StateExportColumn component, this plug-in will automatically generate a label for the current state. If you desire a custom label, you can implement the HasLabel interface.

Because the StateExportColumn component is based on the ExportColumn component, all the familiar ExportColumn modifiers can be used (e.g., label()).

💡 Tip: For more information about exports, refer to the official Filament documentation.

#Advanced

#Custom State Manager

Would you like to use an alternative model state manager instead of Spatie Laravel model state? You can certainly do so. Simply create your own manager by creating a class that implements to the Manager interface.

<?php
 
declare(strict_types=1);
 
namespace Maartenpaauw\Filament\ModelStates\Contracts;
 
use Illuminate\Contracts\Validation\ValidationRule;
use Illuminate\Database\Eloquent\Scope;
use Illuminate\Support\Collection;
use Maartenpaauw\Filament\ModelStates\Operator;
 
interface Manager
{
public static function make(Config $config): self;
 
public function currentState(): State;
 
public function defaultState(): ?State;
 
/**
* @return Collection<string, State>
*/
public function allStates(): Collection;
 
public function transformState(mixed $state): State;
 
public function getTransition(PendingTransition $pendingTransition): Transition;
 
public function isValidPendingTransition(PendingTransition $pendingTransition): bool;
 
public function isInvalidPendingTransition(PendingTransition $pendingTransition): bool;
 
public function executePendingTransition(PendingTransition $pendingTransition): void;
 
/**
* @param array<array-key, State>|State $states
*/
public function scope(State | array $states, Operator $operator): Scope;
 
public function validationRule(bool $required = true): ValidationRule;
}

After creating a custom manager, you can specify which manager to use per component. For example, when using the state action, you can chain the ->manager(CustomManager::class) method after creating the StateAction.

use App\States\CustomManager;
use App\States\CancelledState;
use Maartenpaauw\Filament\ModelStates\StateAction;
 
// ...
 
StateAction::make('cancel')
->manager(CustomManager::class)
->transitionTo(CancelledState::class);

#Need Assistance?

Questions, bugs, feature requests, or suggestions? Feel free to contact me at maartenpaauw@gmail.com. Your feedback is invaluable.

#Licensing Information

#Single Project License

The Single Project license allows for the utilization of Model States for Filament within a single project hosted on one domain or subdomain. It is suitable for personal websites or websites tailored to specific clients.

If you intend to incorporate Model States for Filament into a SaaS application, you must obtain an Unlimited Projects or Lifetime license.

Under the Single Project license, you are authorized to activate Model States for Filament up to 4 times (development, test, staging and production).

You will receive updates and bug fixes for one year from the purchase date. If you choose not to renew your license, you can only install the plug-in up to the latest version available before the license expiration. Renewing the license at a discounted rate allows you to continue receiving updates and new features.

#Unlimited Projects License

The Unlimited Projects license permits the utilization of Model States for Filament across multiple domains, subdomains, and even in SaaS applications.

You will receive updates and bug fixes for one year from the purchase date. If you choose not to renew your license, you can only install the plug-in up to the latest version available before the license expiration. Renewing the license at a discounted rate allows you to continue receiving updates and new features.

#Lifetime License

The Lifetime License affords the licensee the same privileges as the Unlimited License.

You will receive updates for the lifetime of the product.

#Code Distribution

Please note that the licenses for Model States for Filament prohibit the public distribution of its source code. Hence, you cannot build and distribute applications using Model States for Filament's source code on open-source platforms.

#Questions About Licensing?

If you're uncertain about which license is appropriate for your needs, don't hesitate to reach out. Contact me at maartenpaauw@gmail.com, and I'll be glad to assist you.

Maarten Paauw

Maarten Paauw is a back-end developer from Oegstgeest, The Netherlands. He uses Laravel and Filament during his daily work at NPO, the Dutch public broadcaster.

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