Allow users to redeem vouchers that are bound to models..
This package can associate vouchers with your Eloquent models. This might come in handy, if you need to associate voucher codes with content that is stored in your Eloquent models.
Here is an example of how you can create vouchers and redeem them:
$videoCourse = VideoCourse::find(1); $voucher = $videoCourse->createVoucher(); auth()->user()->redeemVoucher($voucher);
You can install the package via composer:
composer require beyondcode/laravel-vouchers
The package will automatically register itself.
You can publish the migration with:
php artisan vendor:publish --provider="BeyondCode\Vouchers\VouchersServiceProvider" --tag="migrations"
After the migration has been published you can create the vouchers table by running the migrations:
php artisan migrate
You can publish the config-file with:
php artisan vendor:publish --provider=BeyondCode\Vouchers\VouchersServiceProvider --tag="config"
This is the contents of the published config file:
<?php return [ /* * Database table name that will be used in migration */ 'table' => 'vouchers', /* * Database pivot table name for vouchers and users relation */ 'relation_table' => 'user_voucher', /* * List of characters that will be used for voucher code generation. */ 'characters' => '23456789ABCDEFGHJKLMNPQRSTUVWXYZ', /* * Voucher code prefix. * * Example: foo * Generated Code: foo-AGXF-1NH8 */ 'prefix' => null, /* * Voucher code suffix. * * Example: foo * Generated Code: AGXF-1NH8-foo */ 'suffix' => null, /* * Code mask. * All asterisks will be removed by random characters. */ 'mask' => '****-****', /* * Separator to be used between prefix, code and suffix. */ 'separator' => '-', /* * The user model that belongs to vouchers. */ 'user_model' => \App\User::class, ];
The basic concept of this package is that you can create vouchers, that are associated with a specific model. For example, you could have an application that sells online video courses and a voucher would give a user access to one specific video course.
BeyondCode\Vouchers\Traits\HasVouchers trait to all your Eloquent models, that you want to be associated with vouchers.
In addition, add the
BeyondCode\Vouchers\Traits\CanRedeemVouchers trait to your user model. This way users can easily redeem voucher codes and the package takes care of storing the voucher/user association in the database.
You can create one or multiple vouchers by using the
$videoCourse = VideoCourse::find(1); // Create 5 vouchers associated to the videoCourse model. $vouchers = Vouchers::create($videoCourse, 5);
The return value is an array containing all generated
The Voucher model has a property
code which contains the generated voucher code.
In addition, you can also create vouchers by using the
createVouchers method on the associated model:
$videoCourse = VideoCourse::find(1); // Returns an array of Vouchers $vouchers = $videoCourse->createVouchers(2); // Returns a single Voucher model instance $vouchers = $videoCourse->createVoucher();
It might be useful to associate arbitrary data to your vouchers - maybe a personal message from the person that created the voucher, etc. When creating the vouchers, you can pass an array as the second argument, which you can then retrieve later on the Voucher instance.
$videoCourse = VideoCourse::find(1); $vouchers = $videoCourse->createVouchers(2, [ 'from' => 'Marcel', 'message' => 'This one is for you. I hope you like it' ]); $voucher = $user->redeem('ABC-DEF'); $from = $voucher->data->get('from'); $message = $voucher->data->get('message');
You can also create vouchers that will only be available until a certain date. A user can not redeem this code afterwards.
createVouchers method accept a Carbon instance as a third parameter.
$videoCourse = VideoCourse::find(1); $videoCourse->createVouchers(2, , today()->addDays(7));
The easiest way to let your users redeem voucher codes is by using the
redeemCode method on your User model:
$voucher = $user->redeemCode('ABCD-EFGH');
If the voucher is valid, the method will return the voucher model associated with this code.
In case you want to redeem an existing Voucher model, you can use the
redeemVoucher method on your User model:
After a user successfully redeemed a voucher, this package will fire a
BeyondCode\Vouchers\Events\VoucherRedeemed event. The event contains the user instance and the voucher instance.
You should listen to this event in order to perform the business logic of your application, when a user redeems a voucher.
Voucher model has a
model relation, that will point to the associated Eloquent model:
$voucher = $user->redeemCode('ABCD-EFGH'); $videoCourse = $voucher->model;
redeemVoucher methods throw a couple of exceptions that you will want to catch and react to in your application:
If a user tries to redeem an invalid code, the package will throw the following exception:
All generated vouchers can only be redeemed once. If a user tries to redeem a voucher for a second time, or if another user already redeemed this voucher, the package will throw the following exception:
If a user tries to redeem an expired voucher code, the package will throw the following exception:
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