Allows multiple models to be rated with a fivestar like system.

2.0.0 2019-09-20 17:27 UTC

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Provides a trait to allow rating of any Eloquent models within your app for Laravel 6.

Ratings could be fivestar style, or simple +1/-1 style.


Laravel versions < 6.x should use the 1.x releases While 2.x release may at least temporarily work with most recent laravel 5.x versions, any new development will be explicitly focused on laravel 6.x compatibility and breaking changes may occur, therefore, installation of 2.x releases with laravel versions < 6.x is not recommended, and done at your own peril.


Require the package using Composer:

composer require willvincent/laravel-rateable

As with most Laravel packages, if you're using Laravel 5.5 or later, the package will be auto-discovered (learn more if this is new to you).

If you're using a version of Laravel before 5.5, you'll need to register the Rateable service provider. In your config/app.php add 'willvincent\Rateable\RateableServiceProvider' to the end of the $providers array.

'providers' => [



Getting started

After the package is correctly installed, you need to generate the migration.

php artisan rateable:migration

It will generate the <timestamp>_create_ratings_table.php migration. You may now run it with the artisan migrate command:

php artisan migrate

After the migration, one new table will be present, ratings.


In order to mark a model as "rateable", import the Rateable trait.

<?php namespace App;

use willvincent\Rateable\Rateable;
use Illuminate\Database\Eloquent\Model;

class Post extends Model
    use Rateable;


Now, your model has access to a few additional methods.

First, to add a rating to your model:

$post = Post::first();

$rating = new willvincent\Rateable\Rating;
$rating->rating = 5;
$rating->user_id = \Auth::id();



Once a model has some ratings, you can fetch the average rating:

$post = Post::first();

// $post->averageRating() also works for this.

Also, you can fetch the rating percentage. This is also how you enforce a maximum rating value.

$post = Post::first();

dd($post->ratingPercent(10)); // Ten star rating system
// Note: The value passed in is treated as the maximum allowed value.
// This defaults to 5 so it can be called without passing a value as well.

// $post->ratingPercent(5) -- Five star rating system totally equivilent to:
// $post->ratingPercent()

You can also fetch the sum or average of ratings for the given rateable item the current (authorized) has voted/rated.

$post = Post::first();

// These values depend on the user being logged in,
// they use the Auth facade to fetch the current user's id.