mtvs/eloquent-hashids

On-the-fly hashids for Laravel Eloquent models.

v3.1.0 2021-01-26 21:00 UTC

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Last update: 2021-04-26 21:52:38 UTC


README

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This adds hashids to Laravel Eloquent models by encoding/decoding them on the fly rather than persisting them in the database. So no need for another database column and also higher performance by using primary keys in queries.

Features include:

  • Generating hashids for models
  • Resloving hashids to models
  • Ability to customize hashid settings for each model
  • Route binding with hashids (optional)

Installation

$ composer require mtvs/eloquent-hashids

Setup

Base features are provided by using HasHashid trait then route binding with hashids can be added by using HashidRouting.

use Illuminate\Database\Eloquent\Model;
use Mtvs\EloquentHashids\HasHashid;
use Mtvs\EloquentHashids\HashidRouting;

Class Item extends Model
{
	use HasHashid, HashidRouting;
}

Custom Hashid Settings

It's possible to customize hashids settings for each model by overwriting getHashidsConnection(). It must return the name of a connection of vinkla/hashids that provides the desired settings.

Usage

Basics

// Generating the model hashid based on its key
$item->hashid();

// Equivalent to the above but with the attribute style
$item->hashid;

// Finding a model based on the provided hashid or
// returning null on failure
Item::findByHashid($hashid);

// Finding a model based on the provided hashid or
// throwing a ModelNotFoundException on failure
Item::findByHashidOrFail($hashid);

// Decoding a hashid to its equivalent id 
$item->hashidToId($hashid);

// Encoding an id to its equivalent hashid
$item->idToHashid($id);

// Getting the name of the hashid connection
$item->getHashidsConnection();

Add the hashid to the serialized model

Set it as default:

use Illuminate\Database\Eloquent\Model;
use Mtvs\EloquentHashids\HasHashid;

class Item extends Model
{
    use HasHashid;
    
    /**
     * The accessors to append to the model's array form.
     *
     * @var array
     */
    protected $appends = ['hashid'];
}

or specify it specificly:

return $item->append('hashid')->toJson();

Route Binding

When HashidRouting trait is used, base getRouteKey() and resolveRouteBinding() are overwritten to use hashids as route keys.