mcmatters/laravel-factory-generators

v1.0.4 2019-01-09 19:25 UTC

README

Generate factories for all non-created factories of models.

Installation

composer require mcmatters/laravel-factory-generators

Include the service provider within your config/app.php file.

'providers' => [
    McMatters\FactoryGenerators\ServiceProvider::class,
]

Publish the configuration.

php artisan vendor:publish --provider="McMatters\FactoryGenerators\ServiceProvider"

Then open the config/factory-generators.php and configure paths where your models are locating.

Advanced configuration

Name Description
folders models - path where models are locating
factories - path where factories are locating.
follow_subdirectories Enable this option if your models are in subdirectories and you wish to keep the structure of the folders. For example, if your model has next namespace: App\Models\User\Profile it will generate in your factories folder subdirectory with name User including ProfileFactory.php file.
NOTE: If you enable this option, please specify the root namespace.
model_namespace Requires only, if you enabled option above.
types An array of custom types for DBAL. For example: 'json' => 'string'.
prefix Prefix for factory files.
suffix Suffix for factory files.
skip_columns An array of the global column names for skipping, for example, you may wish to skip created_at and updated_at columns in all models.
skip_models An array of the fully qualified model names for skipping.
skip_model_columns An associative array with skipping columns for specific model. Example: 'App\Models\User' => ['password', 'remember_token'].
align_array_keys If this option will be enabled, all your factories will include aligned array keys.

Usage

Just run the command php artisan factory:generate.