Laravel Wave

The Software as a Service Starter Kit

Wave is a Software as a Service Starter kit. With Wave you can have a fully functional SAAS application in minutes with features such as authentication, billing, invoices, user profiles, user roles, and much more! Wave integrates seamlessly with Stripe or Braintree and is fully documented to help you build the SAAS of your dreams!

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Would you recommend this product?
5 Reviews5.0/5

Support from devs not that great lots of questions not been answered.

Pros:

Nice clean theme

Cons:

Has quite few bugs

Thank you for the warning. I was hoping this would have better support than (basically non-existent for) Spark.
Wave was built to make it easier to build a Software as a Service in record time. It was great to put as much time as I did into this product. I'm very happy with the outcome, as I'm sure you will be as well. Please let me know if you have any questions about the product 😃
@tnylea This looks great, seems like its Spark but with a bunch more added in. Does Wave already have Horizon integrated for queue management? Are you planning on bringing Telescope into it? And lastly, after the Nova announcement have you had any thoughts about migrating from Voyager to Nova for the admin dashboard?
@gregghoush Thanks Gregg :) It's been a lot of fun to build. I think I'll actually create a bunch of tutorials teaching users how to integrate Horizon and Telescope, since I don't want it to be a direct dependency. As far as Nova, I don't believe I would be able to resell Wave if it had Nova, so I'm deciding to use Voyager which is open source and offers some great features. Thanks for the comment! Let me know if you have any other questions 😃
@tnylea Congrats on the launch! The product seems incredible, it’s clear there’s a lot of hard work put into it. One thing I particularly want to call out is your amazing logo. It’s super well done 👌

saw on youtube was a good product . will make sass supereasy

Pros:

beautiful with functionalaties

Cons:

may be expensive to asian

Sound very interesting! Are you planning to ads support for Paypal payments (outside Braintree)? Also, the theme now requires to make an account before payment. It is possible to just ask for an email address and configure the account after purchase so as not to decrease conversions?
@andrei_nedelcu Thanks for the comment. Right now the payment systems are Stripe and BrainTree; however, I will be integrating Paddle, https://paddle.com very soon. I may create a tutorial teaching how to integrate Paypal along side stripe; however, there are some use cases that the functionality does not seem as fluid for the user. You can choose to offer a credit card up front when a user registers or you can choose to let them sign up for a free account and you can specify how long they will be on the Trial period 😉 Thanks again for the comment and let me know if you have any other questions.
@tnylea As I mentioned on IH, Paddle would be great. I'm glad you decided to integrate it.
This product looks very tempting. You should also let developers on IndieHackers know this. I have a question, is it $60 per year and every year or is it one time? What if I am happy with the current features for that particular product and not interested to upgrade?
Regarding Demo, I suggest you let the users login to your demo with dummy username/password (to see admin and other features).
@prakis Absolutely, I'll be adding that soon so that way the users can get a full experience when checking out the demo 😄
@prakis Thanks! I've already created a forum post on Indie Hackers, it was well received too 😃 It is $60/yr of updates and support; however, if you feel happy with the feature set of the current version, you are totally open to cancel your subscription so that way it does not charge you a year later. There are no strings attached 😄 Thanks for the comment and let me know if you have any other questions.