treestoneit/shopping-cart

An easy-to-use shopping cart for Laravel

v1.4.3 2021-02-19 04:13 UTC

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Last update: 2021-10-19 05:41:22 UTC


README

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This is a simple shopping cart implementation for Laravel 6/7/8. It automatically serializes your cart to the database and loads the related product models.

Usage

To get started, add the Buyable interface to your model.

use Illuminate\Database\Eloquent\Model;
use Treestoneit\ShoppingCart\Buyable;
use Treestoneit\ShoppingCart\BuyableTrait;

class Product extends Model implements Buyable
{
    use BuyableTrait;
}

Make sure you implement the getBuyableDescription and getBuyablePrice methods with the respective product description and product price.

Now you can add products to the cart.

use Treestoneit\ShoppingCart\Facades\Cart;

$product = Product::create(['name' => 'Pizza Slice', 'price' => 1.99]);
$quantity = 2;

Cart::add($product, $quantity);

To retrieve the cart contents:

Cart::content();
// or
Cart::items();

To retrieve the total:

Cart::subtotal();

You can update the quantity of an item in the cart. The first argument is the primary id of the related CartItem.

$item = Cart:content()->first();

Cart::update($item->id, $item->quantity + 5);

Or remove the item completely.

Cart::remove($item->id);

Options

To add item-specific options (such as size or color) to an item in the cart, first register available options in your Buyable instance.

class Product extends Model implements Buyable
{
    // ...
    
    public function getOptions(): array
    {
        return [
            'size' => ['18 inch', '36 inch'],
            'color' => ['white', 'blue', 'black'],
        ];
    }
}

Then you just pass an associative array as the third parameter of Cart::add.

Cart::add($product, 3, ['color' => 'white']);

Any invalid options will be silently removed from the array.

You can also add or change options of an item currently in the cart by calling Cart::updateOption.

$item = Cart:content()->first();

// Update a single option
Cart::updateOption($item->id, 'color', 'black');

// Update multiple options at once
Cart::updateOptions($item->id, [
    'color' => 'black',
    'size' => '36 inch',
]);

The options array will be available on the CartItem instance as $item->options.

Attaching to Users

You can attach a cart instance to a user, so that their cart from a previous session can be retrieved. Attaching a cart to a user is acheived by calling the attachTo method, passing in an instance of Illuminate\Contracts\Auth\Authenticatable.

class RegisterController
{
    /**
     * The user has been registered.
     *
     * @param  \Illuminate\Http\Request  $request
     * @param  mixed  $user
     * @return mixed
     */
    protected function registered(Request $request, $user)
    {
        Cart::attachTo($user);
    }
}

Then when the user logs in, you can call the loadUserCart method, again passing the user instance.

class LoginController
{
    /**
     * The user has been authenticated.
     *
     * @param  \Illuminate\Http\Request  $request
     * @param  mixed  $user
     * @return mixed
     */
    protected function authenticated(Request $request, $user)
    {
        Cart::loadUserCart($user);
    }
}

Dependency Injection

If you're not a facade person, you can use the container to inject the shopping cart instance by type-hinting the Treestoneit\ShoppingCart\CartManager class, or the Treestoneit\ShoppingCart\CartContract interface.

Tax

The shopping cart can calculate the total tax of the items in the cart. Just call

$rate = 13; // The tax rate as a percentage

Cart::tax($rate);

You can also set a default tax rate in the included config file.

// config/shopping-cart.php

    'tax' => [
        'rate' => 6,
    ],

Then just call Cart::tax without a parameter.

Cart::tax();

If some of your items have different tax rates applicable to them, or are tax-free, no problem. First modify the config file:

// config/shopping-cart.php

    'tax' => [
        'mode' => 'per-item',
    ],

Then, set the tax rate per item by implementing the Taxable interface and defining a getTaxRate method.

use Treestoneit\ShoppingCart\Taxable;

class Product extends Model implements Buyable, Taxable
{
    /**
     * Calculate the tax here based on a database column, or whatever you will.
     *
     * @return int|float
     */
    public function getTaxRate()
    {
        if ($this->tax_rate) {
            return $this->tax_rate;
        }

        if (! $this->taxable) {
            return 0;
        }

        return 8;
    }

Now your items will have their custom tax rate applied to them when calling Cart::tax.

Installation

You can install the package via composer:

composer require treestoneit/shopping-cart

To publish the config file and migrations, run

php artisan vendor:publish --provider="Treestoneit\ShoppingCart\CartServiceProvider"

And run the included database migrations.

php artisan migrate

Testing

composer test

Starter (demo) Repository

If you would like to see a starter/demo implementation using this shopping cart please check out our laravel-commerce repository

Roadmap

Some things I didn't get around to yet:

  • Clear cart instance which has not been attached to a user when session is destroyed.
  • Add an Artisan command that will clear any unattached carts (these two might be mutually exclusive)
  • Add ability to configure cart merging strategy when loadUserCart is called

Credits

License

The MIT License (MIT). Please see the License File for more information.

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