Our short-term roadmap of features that will be added soon is available in the list of project issues.
These are the features that we'll implement in the future when we find a generic and simple way to do it:
- [DONE] Complete Doctrine association support (all kinds of associations: one-to- one, including self-referencing, one-to-many, many-to-one and many-to-many)
- [DONE] Allow to configure the main color used in the backend (to match the company's brand color)
- [DONE] Nested main menu items (two-level only)
- Support for exporting the list or search results to CSV and/or Excel
- [DONE] Full theme support (not just changing the main color of the backend)
- FOSUserBundle integration
- Form field grouping in tabs
- [DONE] Custom actions for list/search, edit, show and new views.
- Support for fine-grained security control over views and/or entity actions (instead, use Symfony's built-in security features, such as voters or ACLs).
- Batch actions to apply the same action to more than one list record simultaneously.
- Embedding forms to create entities while editing or creating other entities.
Features That We'll Never Implement
Some of the following features may be included in EasyAdmin sometime in the future if enough users ask for them and if we've completed all the basic features first. However, it's safe to consider that they'll never be implemented:
- Dashboards for backend homepages (with widgets, charts, etc.)
- Support for Symfony-based applications built without the Symfony full- stack framework (Silex, Laravel, custom Symfony developments, etc.)
- Support for anything different from Doctrine ORM (Propel, Doctrine ODM, etc.)
- Breadcrumbs that show the hierarchical navigation to the given page.
- CMS-like features.
- Assetic or frontend-tools-based (gulp, grunt, bower) asset processing.