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Replied to Deploying Laravel Mix To Heroku
Can I ask you for an example of this script? I'm using Laravel Spark and my builds are failing, I think because I don't have a 'build' script.
I have the same entries in my webpack.mix.js but when I load a Vue component with waveform I get:
"Error: plugin "wavesurfer" does not exist"
Do you do any imports in app.js or in the Vue Component itself?
Replied to What Is The Best Way To Model This?
Thank you! Seems to be exactly what I'm looking for.
Started a new Conversation What Is The Best Way To Model This?
Assume we have a Team that has Matches (Many) and Tournaments (Many) Both Matches and Tournaments have Activities
Is it possible to use a single table/model for Activities?
In other words:
$team->matches()->activities would return the activities for that teams matches only
$team->tournaments()->activities would return the activities for that team's tournaments but not the activities related to matches.
I assume we could have a field in Activities that tells us what the activity related to e.g. activity_source = 'tournament', but is there a better way?