Manager Provides Some Manager Functionality For Laravel 5
Laravel Manager was created by, and is maintained by Graham Campbell, and provides some manager functionality for Laravel 5. Feel free to check out the change log, releases, license, and contribution guidelines.
To get the latest version of Laravel Manager, simply add the following line to the require block of your
You'll then need to run
composer install or
composer update to download it and have the autoloader updated.
Once Laravel Manager is installed, you can extend or implement the classes in this package to speed up writing Laravel packages further. There are no service providers to register.
Laravel Manager requires no configuration. Just follow the simple install instructions and go!ConnectorInterface
This interface defines one public method.
'connect' method accepts one parameter which is an array of config.
This interface defines the public methods a manager class must implement.
'connection' method accepts one optional parameter (the connection name), and will return a connection instance and will reuse a previous connection from the pool if possible.
'reconnect' method accepts one optional parameter (the connection name), and will return a connection instance after forcing a re-connect.
'disconnect' method accepts one optional parameter (the connection name), and will return nothing after removing the connection from the pool.
'getConnectionConfig' method has one required parameter (the connection name), and will return the config for the specified connection.
'getDefaultConnection' method will return the default connection as specified in the config.
'setDefaultConnection' method has one required parameter (the connection name), and will return nothing after setting the default connection.
'extend' method has two required parameter. The first is the name of a connection, or the name of a connection driver. The second parameter must be
callable. The purpose of this method is to add custom connection creation methods on the fly. The second parameter must return a connection.
'getConnections' method will return an array of all the connections currently in the pool.
This abstract class implements the
ManagerInterface. It has two abstract protected methods that must be implemented by extending classes.
'createConnection' method will be called with the specific connection config as the first parameter. It must return a connection instance.
'getConfigName' method must return the name of the connection config. This may be
'yourname\yourpackage' for example.
You can also dynamically call methods on the default connection due to the use of
__call so instead of writing
->connection()->methodName(), you can just jump straight in with
Laravel Manager is licensed under The MIT License (MIT).