Snippets

Automatically generating events and listeners in Laravel

Playing
Automatically generating events and listeners in Laravel
1 min5 years ago

A quick tip that'll save you huge amounts of time if your app is heavily event driven. Define Laravel events and listeners, then have the classes automatically generated for you.

Alex Garrett-Smith
Hey, I'm the founder of Codecourse!

Comments

No coments, yet. Be the first to leave a comment.

Suggested courses

Laravel

Build An Uptime Monitor with Inertia

Ready to dive into Inertia? Let's build a real-world app with Laravel, Inertia and Vue! If you're already working with Inertia, you'll pick up some tips and techniques for future projects. This uptime monitor allows you to create and switch between sites, then add endpoints to monitor with frequency intervals. Using the power of scheduling and queues, it'll automatically alert the email addresses you've added via the UI when an endpoint goes down. In this course, you'll learn to: * Build a real app from scratch with Inertia * Work with Laravel queues * Perform actions on models at user-defined intervals * Work with sub-minute schedules in Laravel * Send out channel notifications with Laravel * Use API resources to simplify Inertia data * Organise apps with events and observers * Create modals in Vue * Perform inline editing with Inertia forms

44 episodes
4 hrs 59 mins
Laravel

Build a Referral System with Laravel

Let's build a feature complete Laravel referral system, completely from scratch. We’ll cover generating referral codes, setting a cookie to track the referral process, hooking up referrals to subscriptions and displaying detailed referral stats in a dashboard, so your users can see how they're doing. On the admin side, we'll set up a job to automatically generate a CSV with all the amounts you need to pay out each month, automatically mark referrals as paid, and display historical referral payments for users.

24 episodes
2 hrs 39 mins
Laravel

Build a Livewire CSV Importer

Let's build a powerful CSV importer with Livewire, completely from scratch. This can handle millions of rows, be reused for multiple models, and by using job batches, doesn't require the browser to be open. This course is for you if: - You need a robust importer component for your models that you have full control over - You want to brush up on some advanced Livewire concepts - You want to learn about job batching and queues in Laravel

25 episodes
2 hrs 20 mins
Laravel

Enums in Laravel

Enums make working with multiple potential column values a breeze (think order statuses). Let's use an Enum in Laravel and cover storing, validating and accessing Enums. By the end of the course, you'll be able to implement Enums in Laravel with ease, and make sure your multiple choice column data is strict and easy to globally update across your entire application.

9 episodes
31 mins
Laravel

Soketi Basics

Learn to broadcast events in realtime with Soketi, a simple, fast, and resilient open-source WebSockets server. In this course, we'll set up a Soketi server, configure Laravel for Soketi, and create events for public and private channels. Then, we'll listen for these events on the client and dump the payload from the server. If you need realtime events in your app, this course will get you up and running in no time.

5 episodes
26 mins