# Installing Jetstream
You may use Composer to install Jetstream into your new Laravel project:
composer require laravel/jetstream
After installing the Jetstream package, you may execute the
jetstream:install Artisan command.
This command accepts the name of the stack you prefer (
inertia). In addition, you may use the
--teams switch to enable team support.
jetstream:install command will also install a suite of "feature" tests that provide test coverage for the features provided by Jetstream.
If you would like to use Pest PHP for testing, you may use the
--pest switch to install a Pest test suite instead of the default PHPUnit test suite.
New Applications Only
Jetstream should only be installed into new Laravel applications. Attempting to install Jetstream into an existing Laravel application will result in unexpected behavior and issues.
# Install Jetstream With Livewire
php artisan jetstream:install livewire php artisan jetstream:install livewire --teams
# Or, Install Jetstream With Inertia
php artisan jetstream:install inertia php artisan jetstream:install inertia --teams
The Inertia stack may also be installed with SSR support:
php artisan jetstream:install inertia --ssr
# Finalizing The Installation
After installing Jetstream, you should install and build your NPM dependencies and migrate your database:
npm install npm run dev php artisan migrate
# Application Logo
After installing Jetstream, you may have noticed that the Jetstream logo is utilized on Jetstream's authentication pages as well as your application's top navigation bar. You may easily customize the logo by modifying a few Jetstream components.
If you are using the Livewire stack, you should first publish the Livewire stack's Blade components:
php artisan vendor:publish --tag=jetstream-views
Next, you should customize the SVGs located in the
If you are using the Inertia stack, you should customize the SVGs located in
After customizing these components, you should rebuild your assets:
npm run dev