andrewboy/search-box

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Laravel package for admin search box.

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dev-master 2016-06-17 12:30 UTC

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README

This is a Laravel 5 package, that creates a searcbox for admin pages that uses Twitter Bootstrap.

It's under development, not recommended for production use!

Installation

add bundle to composer:

"andrewboy/search-box": "dev-master"

run composer:

composer install / update

add service provider to the providers list:

'Andrewboy\SearchBox\SearchBoxServiceProvider'

publish view, langs and public parts:

php artisan vendor:publish --provider="Andrewboy\SearchBox\SearchBoxServiceProvider"

Set up javascript plugin

add javascript plugin to the site

<script src="{{asset('vendor/search-box/js/jquery.searchBox.js')}}"></script>

or the minified version

<script src="{{asset('vendor/search-box/js/jquery.searchBox.min.js')}}"></script>

add plugin to your javascript file

$('.searchbox').searchBox();

##Javascript events

$('.searchbox').searchBox({
    itemBeforeInit(){},     //before search item init
    itemAfterInit(item){}   //after search item init
});

You have two choice to pass the search params

1. Just create the 'searchParams' php variable in the controller and pass it to the view

Explained in the controller section

2. You can pass the parameters through the plugin

$('.searchbox').searchBox({
    params: {{ searchParams }}
});

Set up Model

add the trait to your models that you want to search

use \Andrewboy\SearchBox\Traits\SearchTrait;

class Banner extends Eloquent
{

    use SearchTrait;

in the model set the attributes like:

protected static $searchParams = [
    'id' => [
        'type' => 'integer'
    ],
    'name' => [
        'type' => 'string'
    ],
    'url' => [
        'type' => 'string'
    ],
    'is_active' => [
        'type' => 'boolean'
    ],
    'has_attachment' => [
        'type' => 'boolean'
    ],
    'group_id'    =>  [
        'type'  =>  'list',
        'relation'  =>  ['groups', 'name']
    ],
    'group_id'    =>  [
        'type'  =>  'list',
        'values'  =>  [
            1 => 'name1',
            2 => 'name2'
        ]
    ],
    'group_id'    =>  [
        'type'  =>  'string',
        'relation'  =>  ['groups', 'name']  //search string through relation
    ],
    'created_at' => [
        'type' => 'date'
    ],
];

in the model, extend the search for special cases

protected function extendSearch($query, array $params)
{
    #BANNER_PLACE_ID
    if (isset($params['banner_place_id']) && self::isValidSearchParam($params['banner_place_id'])) {
        switch ($params['banner_place_id']['operator']) {
            case '=':
                $query->whereIn('banner_place_id', $params['banner_place_id']['values']);
                break;

            case '!=':
                $query->whereNotIn('banner_place_id', $params['banner_place_id']['values']);
                break;
        }

        unset($params['banner_place_id']);
    }

    #HAS_ATTACHMENT
    if (isset($params['has_attachment']) && self::isValidSearchParam($params['has_attachment'])) {
        switch ($params['has_attachment']['operator']) {
            case '=':
                $query->has('attachment', 'LIKE', intval($params['has_attachment']['values'][0]));
                break;

            case '!=':
                $query->has('attachment', 'NOT LIKE', intval($params['has_attachment']['values'][0]));
                break;
        }

        unset($params['has_attachment']);
    }

    return $params;
}

Use Models' realtions with the fast and easy way

when you want to reach the models' relations, the you have to define like this

    protected static $searchParams = [
        'group_id'    =>  [
            'type'  =>  'list',
            'relation'  =>  ['groups', 'name']
        ],
    ];

where the type is set to 'list'

the relation is set by

[
    [relation_method_name],
    [attribute_name_which_you_want_to_use_in_dropdown]
]

Set up the controller

in the controller, pass the search params:

$extended = []; //you don't have to use it, if it's empty

return View::make('banners.index', array('banners' => $banners))
    ->with(
        'searchParams', 
        Banner::getSearchSet(
            route("banners.index"),
            $extended
        )
    )

in the controller you can extend the previosly filled search settings:

$extended = [
    'banner_place_id'    =>  [
        'type'      =>  'list',
        'values'    =>  Banner::$bannerPlaces
    ]
];

in the controller, you can use it to search

$banners = Banner::search(Input::all());

Set language

default language set is hu, en

you can extend the language in 'resources/lang/vendor/search-box'

Set view

to insert the view

@include('search-box::searchBox')

Built in filters

Integer

Operators: equals (=), not equals (!=), greater than or equal (>=), less than or equal (<=), (><),

Date

Operators: equals (=), greater than or equal (>=), less than or equal (<=), not equal (><)

String

Operators: contains (), not contains (!)

Boolean

Operators: true (!!1), false (!!0)

List

Operators: equals (=), not equals (!=)

write down how to publish the parts of the code etc.

##Options

The "getSearchSet" method 3rd parameter is the options parameter. The type of the parameter is array.

###Caching

'is_caching'    =>  true