nnjeim/world

Laravel countries, states, cities and currencies

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Type:laravel-package

1.1.20 2023-01-08 16:33 UTC

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Last update: 2023-01-24 14:57:54 UTC


README

Laravel world

The World is a Laravel package which provides a list of the countries, states, cities, timezones, currencies and languages.

It can be consumed with the World Facade or the defined Api routes.

Installation

composer require nnjeim/world

php artisan vendor:publish --tag=world

php artisan migrate

php artisan db:seed --class=WorldSeeder (requires ~15min)

What's new in v1.1.20?

  • Updated source data: countries, states and cities.
  • Addition of a console command to refresh the new world data:
    • Run composer update
    • Run php artisan world:refresh

It is important to note that the world refresh command will drop the existing tables, migrate and re-seed the new data.

Changelog

Please read CHANGELOG for more information of what was changed recently.

Contributing

Please read CONTRIBUTING for more details.

Demo

Please feel free to query https://laravel-world.com

Examples
https://laravel-world.com/api/countries
https://laravel-world.com/api/countries?search=rom
https://laravel-world.com/api/states?filters[country_code]=RO&fields=cities

Usage

List all the countries.

Use the World facade

use Nnjeim\World\World;

$action =  World::countries();

if ($action->success) {
  $countries = $action->data;
}

response (object)
{
  "success": true,
  "data": [
    {
      "id": 1,
      "name": "Afghanistan"
    },
    {
      "id": 2,
      "name": "Åland Islands"
    },
    .
    .
    .
  ],
}

Use the Api countries endpoint

https://myDomain.local/api/countries

Fetch a country with its states and cities.

Use the World facade

use Nnjeim\World\World;

$action =  World::countries([
	'fields' => 'states,cities',
	'filters' => [
		'iso2' => 'FR',
	]
]);

if ($action->success) {

	$countries = $action->data;
}

response (object)
{
  "success": true,
  "data": [
    "id": 77,
    "name": "France",
    "states": [
        {
          "id": 1271,
          "name": "Alo"
        },
        {
          "id": 1272,
          "name": "Alsace"
        },
        .
        .
        .
    ],
    "cities": [
        {
          "id": 25148,
          "name": "Abondance"
        },
        {
          "id": 25149,
          "name": "Abrest"
        },
        .
        .
        .
      ]
    ],
}

Use the Api countries endpoint

https://myDomain.local/api/countries?fields=states,cities&filters[iso2]=FR

List all the cities by country id.

use Nnjeim\World\WorldHelper;

protected $world;

public function __construct(WorldHelper $world) {

	$this->world = $world;
}

$action = $this->world->cities([
	'filters' => [
		'country_id' => 182,
	],
]);

if ($action->success) {

	$cities = $action->data;
}

Use the Api cities endpoint

https://myDomain.local/api/cities?filters[country_code]=RO 

Available actions

Name Description
countries lists all the world countries
states lists all the states
cities lists all the cities
timezones lists all the timezones
currencies lists all the currencies
languages lists all the languages

An action response is formed as below:

  • success (boolean)
  • message (string)
  • data (instance of Illuminate\Support\Collection)
  • errors (array)

Countries action

  • fields*: comma seperated string(countries table fields in addition to states, cities, currency and timezones).
  • filters*: array of keys(countries table fields) and their corresponding values.
  • search*: string.

States action

  • fields*: comma seperated string(states table fields in addition to country and states).
  • filters*: array of keys(states table fields) and their corresponding values.
  • search*: string.

Cities action

  • fields*: comma seperated string(cities table fields in addition to country and state).
  • filters*: array of keys(cities table fields) and their corresponding values.
  • search*: string.

Timezones action

  • fields*: comma seperated string(timezones table fields in addition to country).
  • filters*: array of keys(timezones table fields) and their corresponding values.
  • search*: string.

Currencies action

  • fields*: comma seperated string(currencies table fields in addition to country).
  • filters*: array of keys(currencies table fields) and their corresponding values.
  • search*: string.

Languages action

  • fields*: comma seperated string(languages table fields).
  • filters*: array of keys(languages table fields) and their corresponding values.
  • search*: string.

Available Api routes

All routes can be prefixed by any string. Ex admin, api, api ...

Countries

Method GET
Route /{prefix}/countries
Parameters* comma seperated fields(countries table fields in addition to states, cities, currency and timezones), array filters, string search
Example /api/countries?fields=iso2,cities&filters[phone_code]=44
response success, message, data

States

Method GET
Route /{prefix}/states
Parameters* comma seperated fields(states table fields in addition to country and cities), array filters, string search
Example /api/states?fields=country,cities&filters[country_code]=RO
response success, message, data

Cities

Method GET
Route /{prefix}/cities
Parameters* comma seperated fields(states table fields in addition to country and state), array filters, string search
Example /api/cities?fields=country,state&filters[country_code]=RO
response success, message, data

Timezones

Method GET
Route /{prefix}/timezones
Parameters* comma seperated fields(states table fields in addition to the country), array filters, string search
Example /api/timezones?fields=country&filters[country_code]=RO
response success, message, data

Currencies

Method GET
Route /{prefix}/currencies
Parameters* comma seperated fields(states table fields in addition to the country), array filters, string search
Example /api/timezones?fields=country&filters[country_code]=RO
response success, message, data

Languages

Method GET
Route /{prefix}/languages
Parameters* comma seperated fields, string search
Example /api/languages?fields=dir
response success, message, data

Localization

The available locales are ar, bn, br, de, en, es, fr, it, ja, kr, nl, pl, pt, ro, ru, tr and zh.
The default locale is en.
Include in the request header

accept-language=locale

Alternativley, you can use specific locale with the World Facade setLocale('locale') helper method. Example:

World::setLocale('zh')->countries();

Schema

schema.jpg

Configuration

The configuration of the world package is in the world.php config file.
If you are upgrading from a previous version, you should consider re-publishing the file by issuing:

php artisan vendor:publish --tag=world --force

Countries restrictitions

Countries can be restricted while seeding the database either by adding the iso2 country codes in the allowed_countries or dissallowed_countries array lists.

Supported Locales

A list of the accepted locales which relate to the localized lang files.

Modules enablement

The states, cities, timezones, currencies and languages modules can be optionally disabled.
Please note that the cities module depends on the states module.

Routes

If you don't wish to use the packages as an api service, you can disable all the routes by assigning false to routes.

Migrations

It offers the ability to enable or disable the database fields.
When changing this configuration the database should be dropped and the seeder should be re-run.

Testing

Requirements

  • The database is seeded.
  • The database connection is defined in the .env file.

Browse to the package root folder and run:

composer install //installs the package dev dependencies
composer test

* optional