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To convert to a AM PM string just don't call toTimeString()..
$time = Carbon::now();
$time->format('Y/m/d g:i:s A');
echo gettype($time); //Return string
Ok i solved with a dedicated Middleware that check if user has activated a specific language, anyway thanks for your reply.
Hi thank for the reply.
I forgot to say that the application need also to be translated in all those language for the frontend and dashboard utilities. That's why I need some sort of redirection to a main language or a 404 page to avoid that a page been showed if user doesn't compile some languages. I didn't write the full application but I'm adding some functionality, and I saw that the other programmer didn't take care of this aspect. So I'll do it, but I really don't want to rewrite all the application.
Started a new Conversation Mcamara Localization Unset Supported Locales On Condition
Hi is there a way to unset supported locales for one or more routes with a condition?
For Example the application has EN,FR,DE,ES,IT as supported locales, user can write some text in all those language, but who doesn't speak Spanish or Italian doesn't need to compile text fields of those language so he can turn those 2 language off.
I know how to unset from the language selector list in the page, but if i type url in address bar, those 2 urls still exists and of course are empty because the fields in database are NULL.
So how can i redirect from an unsupported locales page to an available supported locales one?
I'm sorry, but i'm little rusty with Laravel, I think I have to create a dedicated middleware to do that and unset those language from there, but i'm not sure. Any tips?