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After a little more digging it seems like
resolveRouteBinding might be what I am after - but I think my confusion is that "binding" is based on route URI segment values - but if I wanted to resolve it using the authenticated users "current_project_id" thats where things get a little hazy.
Started a new Conversation Injecting Model Into Route Based On User Column Value
First off - apologies for the name of this thread - I couldn't figure out what to call it.
I have an application (v8) that has a
many:many relationship between users and projects. I am working on implementing Laravel Spark to handle billing at the project level. Users can switch their current project via a UI element once authenticated.
What I had been doing was using simple URL paths and implicit binding e.g:
From what I can tell, Spark won't work with implicit binding to determine what current model (
project) to use when accessing the /billing route.
Taking a look at the docs - they're suggesting using something like Jetstream's "teams" architecture where the current project is resolved via a foreign key set on a
I am trying to wrap my head around how I can scope all of my applications routes to inject the proper "project" model that should be interacted with.
I tried to dig into Jetstream - but its mostly just auth scaffolding, so I am looking for pointers in the right direction.