This package will help you to get your model metrics, and their related models' metrics which will help you to avoid writing to many requests or queries.
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Last update: 2023-03-21 23:41:37 UTC
This package will help you to make your metrics easier, You could get metrics about your Models, Models depending on their relations, or even metrics about your models depending on multiple conditions!!
It would be a very easy to get the number of your stores which has products has a price more than x$ ;)
1 - Dependency
The first step is using composer to install the package and automatically update your composer.json file, you can do this by running:
composer require syrian-open-source/laravel-relational-metrics
// first you must make a model from facade class // like post model $instance = \SOS\RelationalMetrics\Facades\RelationalMetricsFacade::setModel("Post"); // or you can specify thr model name by this way: RelationalMetricsFacade::setModel(Store::class);
The Basic Usage of this package is the same of getting count of some model instances, but with a styled response
$metrics = $instance->getBasicMetrics(); // or you can get the count or the message directly. $directCount = $instance->getCount(); $directName = $instance->getName(); /* * Response will be like: * [ * 'name' => 'Total Stores Number, * 'count' => 43, * ]; * */
What you can do next, you could get the metrics of a model depending on one of its relations!
Let's assume we want to get the number of stores that has products with price more than 500
$metrics = $instance->getRelationalMetrics($relationName, $relationColumn, $value); // example: $instance->getRelationalMetrics('products, 'price', 500); /* * Response will be like: * [ * 'name' => 'Total Stores Number, * 'count' => 12, * ]; * */
At the previous Example the Package will return the number of the stores which has products with price equals to 500
And last but not least, You could get the metrics about a model depending on any number of conditions you want!
// example for the conditions $conditions = [ ['method' => 'where', 'column' => 'address', 'operator' => 'like', 'value' => '%UAE%'], ['method' => 'where', 'column' => 'rate', 'operator' => '>', 'value' => 3], ]; $metrics = $instance->getRelationalMetrics($conditions); /* * Response will be like: * [ * 'name' => 'Total Stores Number, * 'count' => 2, * ]; * */
At the previous Example the Package will return the number of the stores where their address contains "UAE" and their rate is more than 3
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