OpenAdmin\Admin\Show is used to show the details of the data. Let's take an example. There is a Pages table in the database:

    id          - integer
    date        - date
    slug        - string
    title       - string
    intro       - text
    body        - text
    created_at  - timestamp
    updated_at  - timestamp

The corresponding data model is App\Models\Page, and the following code can show the data details of the pages table. Most likey the show section of your AdminController generated with the scaffoling helper / or php artisan admin:controller command will look something like:


namespace App\Admin\Controllers;

use OpenAdmin\Admin\Controllers\AdminController;
use OpenAdmin\Admin\Form;
use OpenAdmin\Admin\Grid;
use OpenAdmin\Admin\Show;
use \App\Models\Page;

class PageController extends AdminController
    protected function grid()
        // ...
     * Make a show builder.
     * @param mixed $id
     * @return Show
    protected function detail($id)
        $show = new Show(Blog::findOrFail($id));

        $show->field('id', __('Id'));
        $show->field('date', __('Date'));
        $show->field('slug', __('Slug'));
        $show->field('title', __('Title'));
        $show->field('intro', __('Intro'));
        $show->field('body', __('Body'));
        $show->field('created_at', __('Created at'));
        $show->field('updated_at', __('Updated at'));

        return $show;

    protected function form()
        // ...

Basic usage

Escape content

In order to prevent XSS attacks, the default output content will be HTML escape, if you don't want to escape the output HTML, you can call the unescape method:

$show->field("column","label")->unescape()->as(function ($url) {

     return "<img src='{$url}' />";


Modify the style and title of the panel

    ->title('post detail...');

The value of style could be primary, info, danger, warning, default

Panel tool settings

There are three buttons Edit, Delete, List in the upper right corner of the panel. You can turn them off in the following ways:

    ->tools(function ($tools) {