Kemik

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16 Feb
1 month ago

Kemik left a reply on Need To Show All Records AND Check One Record In View

@JLRDW - No worries, thanks for taking the time to reply anyway.

I think I've worked it out by taking a closer look at the collections methods mentioned previously.

This probably helps: https://i.imgur.com/YNmuLxw.png

Top half of the page is basically the event information and should have the ability for the logged in user to set their availability. The bottom half is a simple list of users who set their attendance (which may include logged in user). I needed to know the logged in user's attendance in the top half as it would affect the button that let them set their attendance.

I've used @if ($status = $event->availabilities->firstWhere('user_id', auth()->id())) to determine if the logged in user has set their attendance and what the attendance is.

Thanks for your help guys!

Kemik left a reply on Need To Show All Records AND Check One Record In View

@CRONIX - At the moment I've approached the button outside the attendance list as follows:

@forelse ($event->availabilities as $status)
    @if ($status->user->id === auth()->id())
        Display button showing $status->availability boolean
    @endif
@empty // logged in user hasn't set availability yet as no record of them in the table.
    Display both buttons to allow them to set their availability.
@endforelse

It sounds like contains() might be better than the forelse. Then use get() to show logged in user's availability.

Kemik left a reply on Need To Show All Records AND Check One Record In View

Thanks for replying both, I should clarify - the button is outside of the foreach.

Event title: Event date: Event description:

Buttons: I am attending / I am not attending (I would like to grey out whichever is currently selected for the user)

Attendee list: @foreach

Kemik started a new conversation Need To Show All Records AND Check One Record In View

Hi all,

In my "Event.show" view file I am doing a foreach to show each person attending the event as a list. However, I also need to change a button depending on if the user logged in is attending or not. The model is pulling all of the records (to enable the foreach). However, what is the best practice to check the user against the list? my understanding of MVC is that I shouldn't be doing that in the view itself?

Thanks!