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Replied to Complicated Morph Relations
Yes, you understood correctly.
Thank you very much. I was thinking that there might been an even easier way doing this with so much support built into the query builder and relations and everything.
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More fun problems.
Think that I have a table with dual relations like this: items:
where rel is a morph.
But, how do I get the user's items that also belongs to a certain Post?
Ideally, I would like something similar to
Are there some suitable query building things here, or do I have to hand pick at least some of my wheres?
Started a new Conversation Generating Menu
I'm new to laravel. Been following the basics here on laracasts and reading some more.
I got the spatie/laravel-menu package to build a menu system from code to just add in to the template. But where should I create the menu code?
A main menu for the whole site I don't want to do for each and every controller/method, as it is global. I just want it to be placed in an appropriate place.
Now I actually do it in the routes/web.php, which feels wrong. It should be in every request, so where should it be built?