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Started a new Conversation Creating Multiple Classes From A Single Eloquent Model
I'm trying to think of a way to efficiently handle multiple assets of varying file types. I'd have a table called
assets and in that a column called
type. This could be one of
Is there any way that when loading these assets from the database, they are cast into different classes. So I have a based model called
Asset and then depending on the type it can be cast to
I'm thinking this way it could keep things very tidy, with video related methods inside the
VideoAsset model only.
Thanks in advance, Chris.
@martinbean thanks for your response. I thought this might be the case. I'll have a think on this one...
Commented on Rapid Laravel And Cypress Setup
Started a new Conversation Cashier - Multiple Eloquent Products Against User Model
The documentation seems very geared up towards the user having a single subscription for their account. I may have missed this in the docs but my use case is that a user owns multiple devices and each device has a subscription.
Is there a way that I could have a user, that still has the methods, e.g.
$user->createAsStripeCustomer() but then have sub-items / products which are an entirely different model, in this case,
Device that I can subscribe against the user etc?