# Upgrade Guide

Before starting upgrade we recommenced to backup your files and export your current database.

NOTE : If you are non-technical person then please use dist.zip to replace files and if you are technical person then use src.zip

# Upgrade to latest version

# Upgrading from v3.3.0 to v3.4.0

# For Technical Users:

  • Download v3.4.0
  • Backup you current version files and DB
  • If you have manually changed any files then please take a backup of them. After replacing files, you can again get that portion of code into some particular files.
  • Replace v3.4.0 files into your existing version v3.3.0
  • Run composer install
  • Run npm install
  • And at last Run npm run dev to make new build
  • That's it!, you are ready to go with new version v3.4.0

# For Non Technical Users:

  • Download v3.4.0
  • Backup you current version files and DB
  • If you have manually changed any files then please take a backup of them. After replacing files, you can again get that portion of code into some particular files.
  • Replace v3.4.0 files/directories into your existing version v3.3.0
  • That's it!, you are ready to go with new version v3.4.0

# Upgrading from v3.2.0 to v3.3.0

# For Technical Users:

  • Download v3.3.0
  • Backup you current version files and DB
  • If you have manually changed any files then please take a backup of them. After replacing files, you can again get that portion of code into some particular files.
  • Replace v3.3.0 files into your existing version v3.2.0
  • Run composer install
  • Run php artisan migrate
  • Run npm install
  • And at last Run npm run dev to make new build
  • That's it!, you are ready to go with new version v3.3.0

# For Non Technical Users:

  • Download v3.3.0
  • Backup you current version files and DB
  • If you have manually changed any files then please take a backup of them. After replacing files, you can again get that portion of code into some particular files.
  • Replace v3.3.0 files/directories into your existing version v3.2.0
  • Update database :
    • Open your phpMyAdmin
    • Go to your database and select import tab.
    • Now in latest version go to app/database/releases/v.3.3.0/ you can find v3.3.0.sql
    • Select that sql file and import it.
  • That's it!, you are ready to go with new version v3.3.0

# Upgrading from v3.1.0 to v3.2.0

# For Technical Users:

  • Download v3.2.0
  • Backup you current version files and DB
  • If you have manually changed any files then please take a backup of them. After replacing files, you can again get that portion of code into some particular files.
  • Replace v3.2.0 files into your existing version v3.1.0
  • Run composer install
  • Run php artisan migrate
  • And at last Run npm run dev to make new build
  • That's it!, you are ready to go with new version v3.2.0

# For Non Technical Users:

  • Download v3.2.0
  • Backup you current version files and DB
  • If you have manually changed any files then please take a backup of them. After replacing files, you can again get that portion of code into some particular files.
  • Replace v3.2.0 files/directories into your existing version v3.1.0
  • Update database :
    • Open your phpMyAdmin
    • Go to your database and select import tab.
    • Now in latest version go to app/database/releases/v.3.2.0/ you can find v3.2.0.sql
    • Select that sql file and import it.
  • That's it!, you are ready to go with new version v3.2.0

# Upgrading from v3.0.0 to v3.1.0

# For Technical Users:

  • Download v3.1.0
  • Backup you current version files and DB
  • If you have manually changed any files then please take a backup of them. After replacing files, you can again get that portion of code into some particular files.
  • Replace v3.1.0 files into your existing version v3.0.0
  • Run composer install
  • Run php artisan migrate
  • Run npm install
  • And at last Run npm run dev to make new build
  • That's it!, you are ready to go with new version v3.1.0

# For Non Technical Users:

  • Download v3.1.0
  • Backup you current version files and DB
  • If you have manually changed any files then please take a backup of them. After replacing files, you can again get that portion of code into some particular files.
  • Replace v3.1.0 files/directories into your existing version v3.0.0
  • Update database :
    • Open your phpMyAdmin
    • Go to your database and select import tab.
    • Now in latest version go to app/database/releases/v.3.1.0/ you can find v3.1.0.sql
    • Select that sql file and import it.
  • That's it!, you are ready to go with new version v3.1.0

# Upgrading from v2.0.4 to v3.0.0

# For Technical Users:

  • Download v3.0.0
  • Backup you current version files and DB
  • If you have manually changed any files then please take a backup of them. After replacing files, you can again get that portion of code into some particular files.
  • Replace v3.0.0 files into your existing version v2.0.4
  • Run composer install
  • Run php artisan migrate
  • Run npm install
  • And at last Run npm run dev to make new build
  • That's it!, you are ready to go with new version v3.0.0

# For Non Technical Users:

  • Download v3.0.0
  • Backup you current version files and DB
  • If you have manually changed any files then please take a backup of them. After replacing files, you can again get that portion of code into some particular files.
  • Replace v3.0.0 files/directories into your existing version v2.0.4
  • Update database :
    • Open your phpMyAdmin
    • Go to your database and select import tab.
    • Now in latest version go to app/database/releases/v.3.0.0/ you can find v3.0.0.sql
    • Select that sql file and import it.
  • That's it!, you are ready to go with new version v3.0.0

# Upgrading from v2.0.3 to v2.0.4

# For Technical Users:

  • Download v2.0.4
  • Backup you current version files and DB
  • If you have manually changed any files then please take a backup of them. After replacing files, you can again get that portion of code into some particular files.
  • Replace v2.0.4 files into your existing version v2.0.3
  • Run composer install
  • Run php artisan migrate
  • Run npm install
  • And at last Run npm run dev to make new build
  • That's it!, you are ready to go with new version v2.0.4

# For Non Technical Users:

  • Download v2.0.4
  • Backup you current version files and DB
  • If you have manually changed any files then please take a backup of them. After replacing files, you can again get that portion of code into some particular files.
  • Replace v2.0.4 files/directories into your existing version v2.0.3
  • Update database :
    • Open your phpMyAdmin
    • Go to your database and select import tab.
    • Now in latest version go to app/database/releases/v.2.0.4/ you can find v2.0.4.sql
    • Select that sql file and import it.
  • That's it!, you are ready to go with new version v2.0.4

# Upgrading from v2.0.2 to v2.0.3

# For Technical Users:

  • Download v2.0.3
  • Backup you current version files and DB
  • If you have manually changed any files then please take a backup of them. After replacing files, you can again get that portion of code into some particular files.
  • Replace v2.0.3 files into your existing version v2.0.2
  • Run composer install
  • Run php artisan migrate
  • Run npm install
  • And at last Run npm run dev to make new build
  • That's it!, you are ready to go with new version v2.0.3

# For Non Technical Users:

  • Download v2.0.3
  • Backup you current version files and DB
  • If you have manually changed any files then please take a backup of them. After replacing files, you can again get that portion of code into some particular files.
  • Replace v2.0.3 files/directories into your existing version v2.0.2
  • Update database :
    • Open your phpMyAdmin
    • Go to your database and select import tab.
    • Now in latest version go to app/database/releases/v.2.0.3/ you can find v2.0.3.sql
    • Select that sql file and import it.
  • That's it!, you are ready to go with new version v2.0.3

# Upgrading from v2.0.1 to v2.0.2

# For Technical Users:

  • Download v2.0.2
  • Backup you current version files and DB
  • If you have manually changed any files then please take a backup of them. After replacing files, you can again get that portion of code into some particular files.
  • Replace v2.0.2 files into your existing version v2.0.1
  • Run composer install
  • Run php artisan migrate
  • Run npm install
  • And at last Run npm run dev to make new build
  • That's it!, you are ready to go with new version v2.0.2

# For Non Technical Users:

  • Download v2.0.2
  • Backup you current version files and DB
  • If you have manually changed any files then please take a backup of them. After replacing files, you can again get that portion of code into some particular files.
  • Replace v2.0.2 files/directories into your existing version v2.0.1
  • Update database :
    • Open your phpMyAdmin
    • Go to your database and select import tab.
    • Now in latest version go to app/database/releases/v.2.0.2/ you can find v2.0.2.sql
    • Select that sql file and import it.
  • That's it!, you are ready to go with new version v2.0.2

# Upgrading from v2.0.0 to v2.0.1

# For Technical Users:

  • Download v2.0.1
  • Backup you current version files and DB
  • If you have manually changed any files then please take a backup of them. After replacing files, you can again get that portion of code into some particular files.
  • Replace v2.0.1 files into your existing version v2.0.0
  • Run composer install
  • Run npm install
  • And at last Run npm run dev to make new build
  • That's it!, you are ready to go with new version v2.0.1

# For Non Technical Users:

  • Download v2.0.1
  • Backup you current version files and DB
  • If you have manually changed any files then please take a backup of them. After replacing files, you can again get that portion of code into some particular files.
  • Replace v2.0.1 files/directories into your existing version v2.0.0
  • That's it!, you are ready to go with new version v2.0.1

# Upgrading from v1.4.1 to v2.0.0

# For Technical Users:

  • Download v2.0.0
  • Backup you current version files and DB
  • If you have manually changed any files then please take a backup of them. After replacing files, you can again get that portion of code into some particular files.
  • Replace v2.0.0 files into your existing version v1.4.1
  • Run composer install
  • Run php artisan migrate
  • Run npm install
  • And at last Run npm run dev to make new build
  • That's it!, you are ready to go with new version v2.0.0

# For Non Technical Users:

  • Download v2.0.0
  • Backup you current version files and DB
  • If you have manually changed any files then please take a backup of them. After replacing files, you can again get that portion of code into some particular files.
  • Replace v2.0.0 files/directories into your existing version v1.4.1
  • Update database :
    • Open your phpMyAdmin
    • Go to your database and select import tab.
    • Now in latest version go to app/database/releases/v.2.0.0/ you can find v2.0.0.sql
    • Select that sql file and import it.
  • That's it!, you are ready to go with new version v2.0.0

# Upgrading from v1.4.0 to v1.4.1

# For Technical Users:

  • Download v1.4.1
  • Backup you current version files and DB
  • If you have manually changed any files then please take a backup of them. After replacing files, you can again get that portion of code into some particular files.
  • Replace v1.4.1 files into your existing version v1.4.0
  • Run composer install
  • Run npm install
  • And at last Run npm run dev to make new build
  • That's it!, you are ready to go with new version v1.4.1

# For Non Technical Users:

  • Download v1.4.1
  • Backup you current version files and DB
  • If you have manually changed any files then please take a backup of them. After replacing files, you can again get that portion of code into some particular files.
  • Replace v1.4.1 files/directories into your existing version v1.4.0
  • That's it!, you are ready to go with new version v1.4.1

# Upgrading from v1.3.0 to v1.4.0

# For Technical Users:

  • Download v1.4.0
  • Backup you current version files and DB
  • If you have manually changed any files then please take a backup of them. After replacing files, you can again get that portion of code into some particular files.
  • Replace v1.4.0 files into your existing version v1.3.0
  • Run composer install
  • Run npm install
  • And at last Run npm run dev to make new build
  • That's it!, you are ready to go with new version v1.4.0

# For Non Technical Users:

  • Download v1.4.0
  • Backup you current version files and DB
  • If you have manually changed any files then please take a backup of them. After replacing files, you can again get that portion of code into some particular files.
  • Replace v1.4.0 files/directories into your existing version v1.3.0
  • That's it!, you are ready to go with new version v1.4.0

# Upgrading from v1.2.0 to v1.3.0

# For Technical Users:

  • Download v1.3.0
  • Backup you current version files and DB
  • If you have manually changed any files then please take a backup of them. After replacing files, you can again get that portion of code into some particular files.
  • Replace v1.3.0 files into your existing version v1.2.0
  • Run composer install
  • Run npm install
  • And at last Run npm run dev to make new build
  • That's it!, you are ready to go with new version v1.3.0

# For Non Technical Users:

  • Download v1.3.0
  • Backup you current version files and DB
  • If you have manually changed any files then please take a backup of them. After replacing files, you can again get that portion of code into some particular files.
  • Replace v1.3.0 files/directories into your existing version v1.2.0
  • That's it!, you are ready to go with new version v1.3.0

# Upgrading from v1.1.0 to v1.2.0

# For Technical Users:

  • Download v1.2.0
  • Backup you current version files and DB
  • If you have manually changed any files then please take a backup of them. After replacing files, you can again get that portion of code into some particular files.
  • Replace v1.2.0 files into your existing version v1.1.0
  • You also need to add new .env variables of google/facebook auth and one signal credential. you can fine more info at here
  • Run php artisan migrate to update database.
  • Run npm install
  • And at last Run npm run dev to make new build
  • That's it!, you are ready to go with new version v1.1.0

# For Non Technical Users:

  • Download v1.2.0
  • Backup you current version files and DB
  • If you have manually changed any files then please take a backup of them. After replacing files, you can again get that portion of code into some particular files.
  • Replace v1.2.0 files into your existing version v1.1.0
  • You also need to add new .env variables of google/facebook auth and one signal credential. you can fine more info at here
  • Update database :
    • Open your phpMyAdmin
    • Go to your database and select import tab.
    • Now in latest version go to app/database/releases/v.1.2.0/ you can find v1.2.0.sql
    • Select that sql file and import it.
  • That's it!, you are ready to go with new version v1.2.0

# Upgrading from v1.0.0 to v1.1.0

# For Technical Users:

  • Download v1.1.0
  • Backup you current version files and DB
  • If you have manually changed any files then please take a backup of them. After replacing files, you can again get that portion of code into some particular files.
  • Replace v1.1.0 files into your existing version v1.0.0
  • Run php artisan migrate to upgrade database.
  • Run npm install
  • And at last Run npm run dev to make new build
  • That's it!, you are ready to go with new version v1.1.0

# For Non Technical Users:

  • Download v1.1.0
  • Backup you current version files and DB
  • If you have manually changed any files then please take a backup of them. After replacing files, you can again get that portion of code into some particular files.
  • Replace v1.1.0 files into your existing version v1.0.0
  • Update database :
    • Open your phpMyAdmin
    • Go to your database and select import tab.
    • Now in latest version go to app/database/releases/v.1.1.0/ you can find v1.1.0.sql
    • Select that sql file and import it.
  • That's it!, you are ready to go with new version v1.1.0