Acorn is a framework for integrating Laravel within WordPress
- Use Laravel functionality in WordPress
- Laravel Blade for WordPress
- Compatibility with lots of the Laravel ecosystem
Use Laravel within WordPress
Acorn provides a way to gracefully load a Laravel application container inside of WordPress while respecting the WordPress lifecycle and template hierarchy.
Supported Laravel components
Experimental & in-progress
Laravel’s Artisan commands in WP-CLI
Acorn includes WP-CLI commands that provide a familiar Artisan-like command line interface for WordPress. Create components, service providers, clear the view cache, and more.
wp acorn USAGE: wp acorn [command] [options] [arguments] clear-compiled Remove the compiled class file completion Dump the shell completion script env Display the current framework environment help Display help for a command list List commands optimize Cache the framework bootstrap files acorn:init Initializes required paths in the base directory. config:cache Create a cache file for faster configuration loading config:clear Remove the configuration cache file make:command Create a new Artisan command make:component Create a new view component class make:composer Create a new view composer class make:provider Create a new service provider class optimize:clear Remove the cached bootstrap files package:discover Rebuild the cached package manifest vendor:publish Publish any publishable assets from vendor packages view:cache Compile all of the application's Blade templates view:clear Clear all compiled view files
Harness the Laravel ecosystem
There are countless useful Laravel packages that can be used in your WordPress themes and plugins thanks to Acorn.
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