berkayoztunc/laravel-profile

Simple profile routes and views for starter project and user activitions tracking

1.0.1 2017-06-18 22:51 UTC

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A laravel package that can do simple profile and activity tracking. Completes the indexing and viewing of profile actions for new initiatives or quick project developers.

install

This package requires PHP 7 and Laravel 5.4 or higher. Befour all think

php artisan make:auth

for the simple user

composer require berkayoztunc/laravel-profile

Now add the service provider in config/app.php file: if down laravel 5.4

'providers' => [
    // ...
    Berkayoztunc\LaravelProfile\LaravelProfileServicesProvider::class,
];

You can publish the file with:

    php artisan vendor:publish --provider=Berkayoztunc\LaravelProfile\LaravelProfileServicesProvider::class

After the migration has been published you can create migration for activity

php artisan migrate

as you wish just publish config file

 php artisan vendor:publish --provider=Berkayoztunc\LaravelProfile\LaravelProfileServicesProvider::class --tag=config

This is the contents of the published config/profile.php config file:

return [
    /**
    
      Middleware of the profile wich is profile route
    
     */
    
    'middleware' => ['auth'],
    
    /**
    
      custom prefix
    
     */
    
    'route_prefix' => null,
    
    /**
      
      As you wish spasifiy your model
     
     */
     
    'user_class' => \App\User::class,
    /**
    
      Guard for the activitys and route user find method ,
    
     */
     
    'guard' => 'web',

    /**
     
      activity , you can close by the false with the links and more
     
     */
     
    'activity' => true,

];

Usage

first improve your model in App\Model\yourmodel or App\yourmodel

class YourModel extends Model 
{

    use  Trackable;
    .
    .
    .
    .
    /**
    * exp : User will "My awesome user model"
    **/
    public $tracingName = 'YourModel which is emplain goog';
   
    protected $events = [
        'created' => RecordCreated::class,
        'deleted' => RecordDeleted::class,
        'updated' => RecordUpdated::class,
    ];

}    
    

Screenshots

account information activity

lisance

The MIT License (MIT)