akunbeben/laravository

Simplify Repository Pattern for Laravel.

1.0.3 2021-04-30 16:16 UTC

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Last update: 2022-01-12 11:36:45 UTC


README

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Laravository - Repository Pattern for Laravel

Simplified Repository pattern implementation in Laravel.

Requirement

  • Laravel 8.x

Installation

Execute the following command to get the latest version of the package:

composer require akunbeben/laravository

Execute the following command to create the RepositoryServiceProvider:

php artisan repository:provider

Go to the config/app.php and add this App\Providers\RepositoryServiceProvider::class to your providers config:

The RepositoryServiceProvider will work as Dependency Injection.

'providers' => [
  ...
  App\Providers\RepositoryServiceProvider::class,
],

Methods

Akunbeben\Laravository\Repositories\Interfaces

  • getAll();
  • getById($id, $relations = null)
  • create($attributes)
  • update($id, $attributes)
  • delete($id)

Usage

Create a new Repository

To create repository, you just need to run like this:

php artisan make:repository User

You can also add -m or --model option to generate the Model:

php artisan make:repository User -m

So you don't need to create Model manually.

You can find out the generated files under the App\Repositories\ folder:

  • Repository: App\Repositories\Eloquent\
  • Interface: App\Repositories\Interfaces\

UserRepository.php

namespace App\Repositories\Eloquent;

use Akunbeben\Laravository\Repositories\Eloquent\BaseRepository;

use App\Repositories\Interfaces\UserRepositoryInterface;
use App\Models\User;

class UserRepository extends BaseRepository implements UserRepositoryInterface
{
  protected $model;

  /**
   * Your model to use the Eloquent
   * 
   * @param User $model
   */
  public function __construct(User $model)
  {
    $this->model = $model;
  }
}

UserRepositoryInterface.php

namespace App\Repositories\Interfaces;

interface UserRepositoryInterface
{
    
}

After you created the repositories. you need to register your Class and Interface in the RepositoryServiceProvider.php

...
class RepositoryServiceProvider extends ServiceProvider
{
  ...
  public function register()
  {
    ...
    $this->app->bind(UserRepositoryInterface::class, UserRepository::class);
  }
}

Now you can implement it to your Controller. Like this example below:

namespace App\Http\Controllers;

use App\Repositories\Interfaces\UserRepositoryInterface;

class UserController extends Controller
{
  protected $userRepository;

  public function __construct(UserRepositoryInterface $userRepository) {
    $this->userRepository = $userRepository;
  }
}

So your Controller will much cleaner and much shorter.

class UserController extends Controller
{
  protected $userRepository;

  public function __construct(UserRepositoryInterface $userRepository) {
    $this->userRepository = $userRepository;
  }

  ...

  public function store(SomeFormRequest $request)
  {
    return $this->userRepository->create($request->validated());
  }
}