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Commented on Dropdown Component
This is a good tutorial for menu-based dropdowns. I think it would be helpful to cover form-based dropdowns as that can get more complicated. The best way I've seen to handle those was to use an input hidden and dynamically update its value.
Started a new Conversation Mail In Laravel 7.x
Has anyone else had issues using Mail in Laravel 7.x?
If I use the old config style everything works but using the new config structure (mailers) none of my mails will send. I get null driver exception:
Unable to resolve NULL driver for [Illuminate\Mail\TransportManager].
The mails are being sent as queued notifications.
Replied to Force MorphTo To Implement Interface
Sorry, maybe there was some misunderstanding.
I have a model with a polymorphic relationship. I want to make sure the only things that are related are using a specific interface.
For example, say I have these models:
sellable which is a polymorphic relationship (MorphTo) to a range of different models. The
Media are implementing a
Sellable interface which forces them to have a
Price. Technically, you could point a
sellable relationship to non-sellable things like
Something which I want to protect against.
Started a new Conversation Force MorphTo To Implement Interface
Is there a good way to make sure a
morphTo relationship adheres to an interface?