rtconner/laravel-addresses

Helps you build multiple address storage like Amazon and PayPal have

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0.2.2 2014-09-09 20:32 UTC

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Link a list of addresses to a user. Allows to flag address as primary, billing, or shipping. Users have many addresses, but only one primary or shipping or billing.

Sample views and controller are included. I don't recoment you use them directly, butjust use them as example code to copy and paste.

Composer Install
"require": {
    "rtconner/laravel-addresses": "dev-master"
}
Run the migrations
php artisan migrate --package=rtconner/laravel-addresses
Install the Service Provider
'providers' => array(
    'Conner\Addresses\AddressesServiceProvider',
),
Sample Usage
\Addresses::getAll($user->id); // get all users

if(Addresses::getValidator()->fails()) { } // validate before saving

$address = Addresses::createAddress(\Input::all()); // this does not auto-validate

$address = Addresses::updateAddress(\Input::all()); // this does not auto-validate

Addresses::deleteAddress($address);

Addresses::setPrimary($address); // set address as primary (and unset the others)

Addresses::getPrimary();    

Addresses::getShipping($userId);    

Addresses::getBilling();    
View Templates
@include('addresses::fields') <!-- bootstrap fields with no form tags -->

@foreach($addresses as $address)
    @include('addresses::view', compact('separator'=>'<br>')) <!-- read-only html of address -->
@endforeach 

You can make call direcly on the Conner\Addresses\Address model if you want. But you just have to be careful when reading/writing. The methods provided on \Addresses handle checks against the currently logged in user and making sure there are no duplicate primary addresses.