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Food for thought - what if I want to enter 23:00-01:00?
To your question:
you are going to have to write some logic in your controller in your list or show method (however you name it) to calculate all those values cause it seems you do not store them in your db. Store them in an object and return the object to the view
return view('blabla', ['data' => $data]); . At this point you just access the properties in the view in the corresponding field
<div>$data->jan->overtime</div> and so on.
Replied to Eloquent Update Not Working
Have you by any chance used the
DatabaseTransactions in your test class? This will always rollback the transaction after the test and you will not see any changes.
If you want to check whats inside a given table you have to select it i.e. you have to query it. You can preload the values which determine (preferrably unique) what is already inside and store them and then compare them with what is about to be inserted (this happens in php so no strain of the db). If you have a lot of traffic going through you might cache the results so you don't query constantly. Further you might want to index the column which is being used for the comparison.
If i understand your question correctly in_array ( https://secure.php.net/in_array ) might be the thing for you.
Display your tags through a
foreach and if in array print an anchor tag if not print a string or whatever suits your case.
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Having such problems might indicate improper db structure. You should have constraints on db level stopping you from 'breaking' the relations. Also if you want to still allow such deletions you may look into soft deletes and when you define a relation get the relations through the deleted items with return $this->belongsTo('App\User')->withTrashed() which will allow getting the soft deleted info.