Laravel Pro Tips
Laravel tip 💡You can use the 'resolveRouteBinding' method on your model to modify the value that is used to resolve the binding.
📝#Laravel Tip | Need to redirect? Laravel has multiple ways of doing that. And the best part is, they all work.
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Bert De Swaef
🔥 #Laravel Tip: Make use of signed and temporary signed routes to prevent people modifying important urls / links.
#Laravel Tip 🔥 When using a custom keyed implicit binding as a nested route parameter, Laravel will automatically scope the query to retrieve the nested model by its parent using conventions to guess the relationship name on the parent.
🔥 Laravel Tip: Make sure to use Route::view() when it's possible.
Check out this example:
Laravel tip 🔥
Instead of writing multiple resource controllers, you can register many resource controllers at once by passing an array to the resources method.
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Hamza Ikram || Laravel Developer
🔥 Laravel Tip: Customizing The Resolution Logic
You can define how your model gets bound by overwriting the resolveRouteBinding in your model class.
For example, if you need to resolve a model with two separated fields.
#Laravel Tip ⚡ Instead of using the controller in each route, consider using a route controller group.
🔥 Laravel tip: Customizing Missing Model Behavior in route model bindings
By default, Laravel throws a 404 error when it can't bind the model, but you can change that behavior by passing a closure to the missing method.
Jan 12th, 2023
Laravel Middleware: Put in Routes, Controller, or Elsewhere? (4 Options)
If you have a Middleware, where you should use it: in the Routes file or in the Controller? Here are the FOUR options.