I am excited to announce the release of Laravel MediaMan, a new open-source package for the Laravel framework.
Laravel MediaMan is a powerful package that helps developers manage media assets within their Laravel projects. With its intuitive API and comprehensive feature set, Laravel MediaMan makes it easy to upload, organize, and access media files such as images, videos, and documents.
One of the key features of Laravel MediaMan is its ability to be fit in any project. It's headless, meaning that you are in complete control.
In addition to its core media management functionality, Laravel MediaMan also includes a number of bonus features. For example, it comes with a built-in image converter that allows you to crop, resize, and apply filters to your images directly within the Laravel MediaMan interface. Thanks to the intervention/image.
Another standout feature is Laravel MediaMan's integration with Laravel's file storage system. This means that you can easily store your media assets in a variety of locations, including local disk, S3, and other cloud storage providers.
Overall, Laravel MediaMan is a valuable addition to any Laravel project. Whether you're a seasoned developer or new to the Laravel framework, Laravel MediaMan is sure to make your media management tasks a breeze. You can find the package on GitHub at https://github.com/farhanshares/laravel-mediaman. Give it a try and see how it can streamline your media management workflow.