tolawho/loggy

Laravel 5 log with multiple channel

v1.0.6 2019-11-19 07:22 UTC

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Last update: 2021-06-12 10:20:57 UTC


README

Supports Laravel 5 writing separate log files with multiple channel.

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Requirements

Loggy >= 1.0.0 requires Laravel 5.

Installation

Require this package with Composer

composer require tolawho/loggy

Quick Start

Once Composer has installed or updated your packages you need to register Loggy with Laravel itself. Open up config/app.php and find the providers key, towards the end of the file, and add Tolawho\Loggy\ServiceProvider:class, to the end:

'providers' => [
    ...
    Tolawho\Loggy\ServiceProvider::class,
],

Now find the aliases key, again towards the end of the file, and add 'Loggy' => Tolawho\Loggy\Facades\Loggy::class, to have easier access to the Loggy:

'aliases' => [
    ... 
    'Loggy' => Tolawho\Loggy\Facades\Loggy::class,
],

Now that you have both of those lines added to config/app.php we will use Artisan to publish the new config file:

php artisan vendor:publish --provider="Tolawho\Loggy\ServiceProvider"

The example config:

<?php
    
    return [
        'channels' => [
            'event' => [
                'log' => 'event.log',
                'daily' => false,
                'level' => 'debug'
            ],
            'payment' => [
                'log' => 'payment.log',
                'daily' => true,
                'level' => 'info'
            ],
        ]
    ];

Explain:

  • channels.event: The event is name of channel do you want. Ex payment, audit
  • channels.event.log: The name of log file.
  • channels.event.daily: True if you want write log file daily like as event-2017-03-31.log.
  • channels.event.level: debug, info, notice, warning, error,critical,alert,emergency

At this point you can now begin using Loggy

<?php
 
namespace App\Http\Controllers;
 
use Loggy; 
 
class HomeController extends Controller
{

    public function index()
    {
        Loggy::write('event', 'Ah hihi đồ ngốc');
        Loggy::debug('event', 'Ah hihi đồ ngốc');
        Loggy::info('event', 'Ah hihi đồ ngốc');
        
        return view('welcome');
    }
}

Configuration

Once Composer has installed or updated your packages you need to register Loggy with Laravel itself. Open up config/app.php and find the providers key towards the bottom and add:

Tolawho\Loggy\ServiceProvider::class,

You can add the Loggy Facade, to have easier access to the Loggy.

'Loggy' => Tolawho\Loggy\Facades\Loggy::class

You can find the default configuration file at vendor/tolawho/loggy/src/config.php.

You should use Artisan to copy the default configuration file from the /vendor directory to /config/loggy.php with the following command:

php artisan vendor:publish --provider="Tolawho\Loggy\ServiceProvider"

Usage

You call the Loggy like you would:

Loggy::write('payment', 'Somthing 1...', ['something 1']);
Loggy::info('payment', 'Somthing 2..', ['something 2']);