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A trait to make an Eloquent model hold translations

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A trait to make Eloquent models translatable

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This package contains a trait HasTranslations to make Eloquent models translatable. Translations are stored as json. There is no extra table needed to hold them.

use Illuminate\Database\Eloquent\Model;
use Spatie\Translatable\HasTranslations;

class NewsItem extends Model
{
    use HasTranslations;
    
    // ...
}

After the trait is applied on the model you can do these things:

$newsItem = new NewsItem;
$newsItem
   ->setTranslation('name', 'en', 'Name in English')
   ->setTranslation('name', 'nl', 'Naam in het Nederlands')
   ->save();

$newsItem->name; // Returns 'Name in English' given that the current app locale is 'en'
$newsItem->getTranslation('name', 'nl'); // returns 'Naam in het Nederlands'

app()->setLocale('nl');

$newsItem->name; // Returns 'Naam in het Nederlands'

// If you want to query records based on locales, you can use the `whereLocale` and `whereLocales` methods.

NewsItem::whereLocale('name', 'en')->get(); // Returns all news items with a name in English

NewsItem::whereLocales('name', ['en', 'nl'])->get(); // Returns all news items with a name in English or Dutch

// Returns all news items that has name in English with value `Name in English` 
NewsItem::query()->whereJsonContainsLocale('name', 'en', 'Name in English')->get(); 

// Returns all news items that has name in English or Dutch with value `Name in English` 
NewsItem::query()->whereJsonContainsLocales('name', ['en', 'nl'], 'Name in English')->get(); 

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Credits

We got the idea to store translations as json in a column from Mohamed Said. Parts of the readme of his multilingual package were used in this readme.

License

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