Persistent settings with caching in Laravel.

6.2.1 2024-05-20 09:10 UTC




Persistent on database, fast in memory, application-wide settings for Laravel.

Performance are not invalidated because settings are automatic cached when retrived from database. Da completare docs.


PHP >= 7.1.3
Laravel 5.8.*|6.*|7.*|8.*|9.*|10.* (For Laravel framework 5.6.* or 5.7.* please use v1.*)


  1. composer require padosoft/laravel-settings
  2. Publish the config and migration files by running php artisan vendor:publish --provider="Padosoft\Laravel\Settings\ServiceProvider".
  3. Run php artisan migrate

Before running the migrations be sure you have in your AppServiceProviders.php the following lines:

use Illuminate\Support\Facades\Schema;

public function boot()

Installation - Laravel < 5.5

  1. Add Padosoft\Laravel\Settings\ServiceProvider to the array of providers in config/app.php.
  2. Add 'SettingsManager' => 'Padosoft\Laravel\Settings\Facade' to the array of aliases in config/app.php.


You can either access the setting store via its facade or inject it by type-hinting towards the abstract class anlutro\LaravelSettings\SettingStore.

SettingsManager::get('foo', 'default value');
SettingsManager::get('foo', 'default value',false,true); //Get cast value without validation
SettingsManager::get('foo', 'default value',false,false); //Get raw value
SettingsManager::get('foo', 'default value',true,false); //Get validated value without cast
SettingsManager::set('set', 'value');//valid for current session
SettingsManager::set('set', 'value','validationRule');//with validation rule valid for current session
SettingsManager::store();//persist settings value on db
SettingsManager::setAndStore('set', 'value','validationRule');//persisted on database

Call Setting::store() explicitly to save changes made.

You could also use the setting() helper:

// Get the store instance

// Get values
settings('foo', 'default value',true,false);//Get cast value without validation
settingsRaw('foo', 'default value');//Get raw value
settingsAsString('foo', 'default value');//Get value as a String Validated
settings('foo', 'default value',false,true);//Get raw value
settings('foo', 'default value',false,false);//Get validated value without cast
settings('foo', 'default value',);

Using in other packages

If you want to use settings manager on other packages you must provide migrations to populate settings table. For Example:


use Illuminate\Support\Facades\Schema;
use Illuminate\Database\Schema\Blueprint;
use Illuminate\Database\Migrations\Migration;
use Illuminate\Support\Facades\DB;
class PopulateSettings extends Migration
     * Run the migrations.
     * @return void
    public function up()
        if (config('padosoft-settings.enabled',false)) {
                ['key'=>'login.remember_me', 'value'=>'1','descr'=>'Enable/Disable remeber me feature','config_override'=>'padosoft-users.login.remember-me','validation_rules'=>'boolean','editable'=>1,'load_on_startup'=>0],
                ['key'=>'login.login_reset_token_lifetime', 'value'=>'30','descr'=>'Number of minutes reset token lasts','config_override'=>'auth.expire','validation_rules'=>'numeric','editable'=>1,,'load_on_startup'=>0],                


     * Reverse the migrations.
     * @return void
    public function down()


Please take care of populate config_override column with config key you want your setting should override ##Add new type of settings with cast and Validation in Config/config.php

      | Larvel Settings Manager
      | This option controls if the settings manager is enabled.
      | This option should not be is overwritten here but using settings db table

    'enabled' => true,
    'encrypted_keys' => [],
    'cast' => [
        //Example new cast and validation
        //class = class for cast
        //method = method for cast
        //validate = rule for validation
        'boolean' => ['class' => \Padosoft\Laravel\Settings\CastSettings::class, 'method' => 'boolean', 'validate' => 'boolean'],
        'listPipe' => ['class' => \App\Casts\ListPipeCast::class, 'validate' => 'regex:/(^[0-9|]+$)|(^.{0}$)/'],
        'booleanString' => ['class' => \App\Casts\BooleanString::class,'validate' => 'regex:/^(true|false)/'],
        'booleanInt' => ['class' => \App\Casts\BooleanInt::class,'validate' => 'regex:/^(0|1)/'],


Open an issue on GitHub if you have any problems or suggestions.


The contents of this repository is released under the MIT license.