jaspaul/laravel-rollout

A package to integrate rollout into your Laravel project.

v3.0.0 2020-04-17 14:57 UTC

This package is auto-updated.

Last update: 2020-10-17 16:01:44 UTC


README

A Laravel package for opensoft/rollout

Build Status Coverage Status Code Climate

Installation

Composer

composer require jaspaul/laravel-rollout

Configuring the Service Provider

Package discovery will configure the service provider automatically.

Setting up Storage

Publish the Configuration

php artisan vendor:publish --provider 'Jaspaul\LaravelRollout\ServiceProvider'

Setting up a Cache

If you intend to use cache to store the settings for rollout, be sure to enable the cache for your Laravel application. Note if you are using the cache, a cache clear during deployment will cause your rollout settings to be purged. If you require persistence for these settings use the option below.

Setting up Persistent Storage

This will allow you to have rollout settings be persisted even if you clear the application cache for every deployment.

Running the Migrations
php artisan migrate
Configuring your Environment
ROLLOUT_STORAGE=database
ROLLOUT_TABLE=rollout

Implementing Interfaces

User

Your rollout users must implement the \Jaspaul\LaravelRollout\Contracts\User interface. Often this will be your main user object:

<?php

use Jaspaul\LaravelRollout\Helpers\User as Contract;

class User implements Contract
{
    /**
     * @return string
     */
    public function getRolloutIdentifier()
    {
        return $this->id;
    }
}

Group

Your rollout groups must implement the \Jaspaul\LaravelRollout\Contracts\Group interface.

<?php

use Jaspaul\LaravelRollout\Contracts\Group;

class BetaUsersGroup implements Group
{
    /**
     * The name of the group.
     *
     * @return string
     */
    public function getName(): string
    {
        return 'beta-users';
    }

     /**
     * Defines the rule membership in the group.
     *
     * @return boolean
     */
    public function hasMember($user = null): bool
    {
        if (!is_null($user)) {
            return $user->hasOptedIntoBeta();
        }

        return false;
    }
}

and you should update your local laravel-rollout.php configuration to include the group in the groups array:

laravel-rollout.php

return [
    ...
    'groups' => [
        BetaUsersGroup::class
    ],
    ...
]

Commands

Add Group

php artisan rollout:add-group {feature} {group}

Swap {feature} with the name of the feature, and {group} with the name you defined in the group class.

Add User

php artisan rollout:add-user {feature} {user}

Swap {feature} with the name of the feature, and {user} with a unique identifier for the user in your system.

Create

php artisan rollout:create {feature}

Swap {feature} with the name of the feature you'd like to create a feature flag for.

Deactivate

php artisan rollout:deactivate {feature}

Swap {feature} with the name of the feature you'd like to deactivate globally. Note this will also reset the user whitelist.

Delete

php artisan rollout:delete {feature}

Swap {feature} with the name of the feature you'd like to permanently delete from rollout.

Everyone

php artisan rollout:everyone {feature}

Swap {feature} with the name of the feature you'd like to rollout to 100% of your user base.

List

php artisan rollout:list

Percentage

php artisan rollout:percentage {feature} {percentage}

Swap {feature} with the name of the feature you'd like to rollout, and {percentage} with the percentage of users to rollout the feature to.

Remove Group

php artisan rollout:remove-group {feature} {group}

Swap {feature} with the name of the feature, and {group} with the name you defined in the group class.

Remove User

php artisan rollout:remove-user {feature} {user}

Swap {feature} with the name of the feature, and {user} with a unique identifier for the user in your system to remove the feature from.