MySQL Connection

Spinub makes a MySql connection to the Laravel database. Once this is completed you can immediately use your backend. Spinub stores the data directly in the database of the application. No data will be stored within Spinub.

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There are so many benefits, let me name a few.

  • No need to build a custom backend
  • Manage all your backend'es from one place
  • No installation is required
  • Never worry about update again
  • You can adjust the backend completely to your liking


Want to see more? Check the video!

Spinub backend example

Spinub is growing rapidly

Not only the active users are growing every day. Also the development of new features is making a huge step lately. Most of new stuff are comming from requests from our users. Thanks for that!

Do you have a feature request, let us know!

  • Fixed ordering issues

    Posted on Nov 17, 2020

    The drag and drop element for changing the record order did not work correctly when records had duplicate order IDs. This has now been resolved.

  • Changed name CMS to Backend

    Posted on Nov 3, 2020

    The name CMS is confusing for many users. For this reason we have replaced the name CMS for backend.

  • Added 'created_at' and 'uploaded_at' fields

    Posted on Oct 30, 2020

    The backend now has the option to configure these fields for automatic updates on save or update. Basically exactly how Laravel works. This is optional, you can also choose to always fill in the fields yourself or leave them empty.

  • Added an image field

    Posted on Oct 25, 2020

    We have added a image field to Spinub! Use the image field to upload an image and give it a crop. The implementation is set up in such a way that the image is not actually cut. Instead, the crop is stored in the database. This way, the crop can always be adjusted and no additional editing needs to be done on the image.