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This package is a convenient helper for using the laravel-seo package with Filament Admin and Forms.
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laravel-filament-seo

This package is a convenient helper for using the laravel-seo package with Filament Admin and Forms.

It provides a simple component that returns a Filament fieldgroup to modify the title, author and description fields of the SEO model. It automatically takes care of getting and saving all the data to the seo() relationship, and you can thus use it anywhere, without additional configuration!

use Filament\Resources\Form;
use RalphJSmit\Filament\SEO\SEO;
 
public static function form(Form $form): Form
{
return $form->schema([
SEO::make(),
// .. Your other fields
]);
}

Here's an example of how the SEO component looks like:

Using the Laravel Filament SEO component

#Installation

First, install the packages:

composer require ralphjsmit/laravel-filament-seo

This will the require the ralphjsmit/laravel-seo as well if you didn't have that installed. Be sure to check out the documentation of the main package and configure the values in the special seo.php config file!

Next, make sure that the Eloquent Model you're editing uses the HasSEO trait:

class Post extends Model
{
use HasSEO;
}

Now the SEO::make() helper is available to use anywhere you want. Below are several examples how to use it:

#In Filament Admin

This is an example of using this package in the classic Filament Admin.

It works for both creating and editing posts:

<?php
 
namespace App\Filament\Resources;
 
use App\Filament\Resources;
use App\Models\Post;
use Filament\Forms\Components\TextInput;
use Filament\Resources\Form;
use Filament\Resources\Resource;
use Filament\Resources\Table;
use RalphJSmit\Filament\SEO\SEO;
 
class PostResource extends Resource
{
protected static ?string $model = Post::class;
 
protected static ?string $slug = 'posts';
 
protected static ?string $recordTitleAttribute = 'title';
 
protected static ?string $navigationGroup = 'Blog';
 
protected static ?string $navigationIcon = 'heroicon-o-document-text';
 
protected static ?int $navigationSort = 0;
 
public static function form(Form $form): Form
{
return $form->schema([
TextInput::make('title'),
SEO::make(),
]);
}
 
public static function table(Table $table): Table
{
return $table->columns([ /* */ ]);
}
 
public static function getPages(): array
{
return [
'index' => Resources\PostResource\Pages\ListPosts::route('/'),
'create' => Resources\PostResource\Pages\CreatePost::route('/create'),
'edit' => Resources\PostResource\Pages\EditPost::route('{record}/edit'),
];
}
}

#With Filament Forms

You can also use this package with the stand-alone Filament Forms package.

This is a simple example of how to setup a Livewire component that creates a new post. In this example, I wrapped the SEO component in a Card.

<?php
 
namespace App\Http\Livewire;
 
use App\Models\Post;
use Filament\Forms\Components\Card;
use Filament\Forms\Components\TextInput;
use Filament\Forms\Concerns\InteractsWithForms;
use Filament\Forms\Contracts\HasForms;
use Illuminate\Contracts\View\View;
use Illuminate\Database\Eloquent\Model;
use Livewire\Component;
use RalphJSmit\Filament\SEO\SEO;
 
class CreatePost extends Component implements HasForms
{
use InteractsWithForms;
 
public array $data = [];
 
public function mount(): void
{
$this->form->fill();
}
 
public function render(): View
{
return view('livewire.create-post');
}
 
protected function getFormSchema(): array
{
return [
TextInput::make('title'),
Card::make([
SEO::make()
]),
];
}
 
protected function getFormStatePath(): ?string
{
return 'data';
}
 
protected function getFormModel(): Model|string|null
{
return Post::class;
}
 
public function submitForm()
{
$post = Post::create($this->form->getState());
 
/** Do not forget this step. */
$this->form->model($post)->saveRelationships();
}
}

And here's an example of how a Livewire component for editing a post might like like:

<?php
 
namespace App\Http\Livewire;
 
use App\Models\Post;
use Filament\Forms\Components\TextInput;
use Filament\Forms\Concerns\InteractsWithForms;
use Filament\Forms\Contracts\HasForms;
use Illuminate\Contracts\View\View;
use Illuminate\Database\Eloquent\Model;
use Livewire\Component;
use RalphJSmit\Filament\SEO\SEO;
use RalphJSmit\Filament\SEO\Tests\Fixtures\Models\Post;
 
class EditPost extends Component implements HasForms
{
use InteractsWithForms;
 
public Post $post;
 
public function mount(): void
{
$this->form->fill([
'title' => $this->post->title,
]);
}
 
public function render(): View
{
return view('livewire.edit-post');
}
 
protected function getFormSchema(): array
{
return [
TextInput::make('title'),
SEO::make(),
];
}
 
protected function getFormModel(): Model|string|null
{
return $this->post;
}
 
public function submitForm()
{
$this->post->update(
$this->form->getState(),
);
}
}

#General

🐞 If you spot a bug, please submit a detailed issue and I'll try to fix it as soon as possible.

🔐 If you discover a vulnerability, please review our security policy.

🙌 If you want to contribute, please submit a pull request. All PRs will be fully credited. If you're unsure whether I'd accept your idea, feel free to contact me!

🙋‍♂️ Ralph J. Smit

Ralph J. Smit

Ralph, a skilled full-stack Laravel software engineer, freelances and has a strong presence in the Filament community. He's the developer behind Media Library Pro and crafts other premium Filament packages as well.

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