davestewart

davestewart

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11 Dec
1 year ago

davestewart left a reply on Update, Create And Delete HasMany() Relations In One Go

Thanks for confirming @Snapey.

Hopefully this post will be useful to someone else anyway.

davestewart left a reply on Update, Create And Delete HasMany() Relations In One Go

I guess it's a manual job then:

function crudPartition($oldData, $newData)
{
    // ids
    $oldIds = array_pluck($oldData, 'id');
    $newIds = array_filter(array_pluck($newData, 'id'), 'is_numeric');

    // groups
    $delete = collect($oldData)
        ->filter(function ($model) use ($newIds) {
            return !in_array($model->id, $newIds);
        });

    $update = collect($newData)
        ->filter(function ($model) use ($oldIds) {
            return property_exists($model, 'id') && in_array($model->id, $oldIds);
        });

    $create = collect($newData)
        ->filter(function ($model) {
            return !property_exists($model, 'id');
        });

    // return
    return compact('delete', 'update', 'create');
}

// data
$oldData = json_decode('[{"id":1,"name":"one"},{"id":2,"name":"two"}]');
$newData = json_decode('[{"id":2,"name":"TWO"},{"name":"three"}]');

// results
$results = crudPartition($oldData, $newData);
print_r($results);

// do something
$results['create']->each( ... );
Array
(
    [delete] => Array
        (
            [0] => stdClass Object
                (
                    [id] => 1
                    [name] => one
                )

        )

    [update] => Array
        (
            [0] => stdClass Object
                (
                    [id] => 2
                    [name] => TWO
                )

        )

    [create] => Array
        (
            [1] => stdClass Object
                (
                    [name] => three
                )

        )

)

davestewart started a new conversation Update, Create And Delete HasMany() Relations In One Go

Is it possible to pass an array to Eloquent and have it update, create or delete relations in one shot?

My usage: a SPA and a user has many addresses:

  • let's say he has addresses 1 and 2, and these are downloaded to the app.
  • in the app, the user deletes 1, amends 2, and adds a 3rd.
  • we now have addresses 2 and 3

When I upload to the server, I want to do a diff on existing addresses, and take action accordingly:

  • delete address 1
  • update address 2
  • create address 3

Is there a built-in way to do this?

The other approach I suppose would be to do this one at a time, but in my case, I want the user to be able to update various forms in sequence, then only at the end submit data.

So ideally I'd have something like:

$user->updateRelations($arr)

But happy to do it all manually.

Cheers, Dave

21 Aug
2 years ago

davestewart left a reply on Calling A Controller From Within Laravel

Your used method bypasses all of the middlewares as it goes directly to the controller and not thru the route engine which would normally apply the middlewares. Also, you won't be able to have model binding too as it is done via router too.

Hey @ModestasV - yes, the use case is atypical! Hence, asking the question :)

The reason why the problem has to be solved in this way, is that as a package, Sketchpad won't know how someone's application is built, so if they decide to add their app/Http/Controllers folder, I need a way to call them.

As no one has said "Oh, you can use this method" I'm thinking Guzzle would probably be the safest way to do this, that way I might even be able to send things like API tokens through (though haven't investigated).

davestewart left a reply on Calling A Controller From Within Laravel

As to your described case - a controller should NEVER call another controller in any case

Well this is what Guzzle does, just not on the same system.

it has to be either service or the API has to call another API route

Exactly my point; perhaps I should re-word the title.

As I said, I want the best way to call an endpoint, but get all the functionality of form request validation, middleware, etc

davestewart left a reply on Calling A Controller From Within Laravel

An API is accessed via URLs?

Yes, it (probably) will be.

To allay your fears, the wider problem I'm looking to re-work is calling controllers in Sketchpad, which are the primary units for organising code.

Right now, a request comes in, I determine the controller from the last controller scan, then use some custom code to collate objects and values before calling.

It works just fine, but I think skips middleware, and I haven't really tested for form requests or models. Additionally, I've had a recent request to see if it could be used for APIs (yes I know Postman is a better candidate).

So I just wanted to see what / if there were the options.

davestewart left a reply on Calling A Controller From Within Laravel

It's calling an internal API, so would need to be authed and validated at the very least!

davestewart started a new conversation Calling A Controller From Within Laravel

Is there a way to make request, using the full routing setup of your app, via Laravel, or have you got to use something like cURL or Guzzle?

I know you can do app()->call() to call a controller method, but does that work with DI, FormRequests and Route Model Binding? And I presume it almost certainly leaves out middleware?

And before anyone suggests a Service, nope, this isn't the problem I'm trying to solve :)

Thanks.

15 Aug
2 years ago

davestewart left a reply on Architecture And/or Schema For Managing And Storing Single Values From Select Lists

We store all select values (I assume you mean HTML select element options) in a config file, which is loaded into our SPA on start.

The user selections are saved as Vuex state, and stored / hydrated from local storage on change / page load.

Not totally sure what you're trying to do, but if you want to use the DB it seems like storing JSON values would be the way to go here?

28 Jul
2 years ago

davestewart left a reply on Validation: Can't Get `required_if` Working

Thanks! Certainly an option.

But I assume the point of the required_if rule is to mange this without extra code.

So that's what I'd like to do in the first instance.

davestewart started a new conversation Validation: Can't Get `required_if` Working

I have a validation requirement to check a user's credit rating.

They can choose either:

  • an estimated credit rating, i.e. good
  • an actual rating provider, i.e. experian and a credit score, i.e. 500

The front end will pass all three values but only one of the groups will be populated:

{
    rating: "good", 
    provider: "", 
    score: 0
}

My validation looks like this:

'credit.rating' => 'nullable|string',
'credit.provider' => 'nullable|string',
'credit.score' => 'nullable|required_if:credit.provider,==,|numeric|min:200',

I've tried various combinations of the the required_if format, but no matter what I do, I get:

The ‘credit.score’ field must be at least ‘200’

The docs for this rule have no detail - I only got this far thanks to Google.

How do I validate score only if provider is filled?

Cheers, Dave

24 Jul
2 years ago

davestewart left a reply on Sending Requests Into Services Or Models

@topvillas agree with you about a DTO and in a way a custom FormRequest solves that.

@MikeHopley Ha ha, great analogy! And agreed.

I'm actually new to FormRequests as well, but I've come to rather like them. At first, I was like "why create a whole extra class, just to add validation code that you would have just added in the controller?"

However, it's quite nice to see all the form validation logic in one place, especially as we're building this for an API and using the top level exception hander to convert any validation error to JSON in one single place (though we can do that with just controllers as well).

So the idea of treating the custom FormRequest as as a DTO with a few power methods on it appeals for this reason.

So, yes, we'll suck it and see!

Then report back :)

davestewart left a reply on Sending Requests Into Services Or Models

Hey fellas,

Great input and perspective, thanks!

And Mike, I'm sure you're not!

I agree with you both that sacrificing dogmatism for clarity c/should be the way to go in situations that call for it.

Perhaps a compromise should be to beef up the custom FormRequest class with additional getters, that way a lot of the logic could be in one place?

// CustomRequest
$customer = $request->getCustomer();
$foo = $request->getFoo();

// even
list($foo, $bar, $baz) = $request->getData();

We could even use traits for requests with common parameters...

Thoughts?

davestewart started a new conversation Sending Requests Into Services Or Models

Hey all,

It's been a while since I've posted :)

I'm working with an outsourcing company and it's been a battle to bring their architecture and coding standards up to something approaching useable.

Now I have them using proper service classes and have deleted the hundreds of try/catches that were littering the code, we're getting there, but they seem intent on passing Request objects into the rest of the system (even to models), rather than extracting the components of the Request in the Controller, then passing them to parameterised methods:

function doSomething ($request) { ... }
function doSomething (Customer $customer, Foo $foo, Bar $bar) { ... }

To me, it's a major code smell, doesn't surface the intent of the system properly, and feels like it would make testing more difficult (when we get there).

I get that there are times when the Request class is a useful wrapper, but in Models and Services it just feels lazy and something that will cause problems later.

We are using FormRequests which adds an extra layer of resilience, but does anyone have any thoughts on this?

Thanks, Dave

06 Jun
2 years ago

davestewart left a reply on Sketchpad: Upcoming Laravel Package

Thanks @KNietzsche! Appreciated :)

I've a new thread I'm using for announcements on Sketchpad now; you can find it here:

23 May
2 years ago

davestewart left a reply on Announcement: Laravel Sketchpad 1.2 Is Out

I've added a new video showing day-to-day development with Sketchpad, developing various snippets into reusable tools:

17 May
2 years ago

davestewart left a reply on Announcement: Laravel Sketchpad 1.2 Is Out

Yeah - I really don't get why folks don't get it! This is the main issue at the moment.... what am I doing wrong?

I find that most sites I do I write as much code that doesn't get used as the code that makes it into the final site. This could be:

  • just finding out how a function or API works (hence the name)
  • experimental stuff, or building features that need somewhere to live before they make it into a page or service
  • tooling, which needs to live outside the main site

The tooling bit is really interesting, as it fills a space between Commands, Jobs and Tests; you rapidly develop code in your IDE, view updates live in the browser with the live reload plugin, use the PHP helpers to generate and inspect decent, legible output, and interact with your tool via the UI and on-screen parameters. Then, whenever you need to use the tool again, you navigate to it in the UI, or pull it up from a bookmark.

Another cool thing is that Sketchpad can be installed per-user; it can be installed in a non-version controlled folder in the top level of your site (all settings are stored in storage/) and each user can set his or her installation as they like, along with their own tests and experiments. And if developers want to share code, they just load a shared folder.

I'm sure there will be folks who just won't develop this way, but I'd be interested in other developer's thoughts to help me hone my communication.

The next two videos are going to be:

  • Development - live coding an everyday tool
  • "Application" setup - Using sketchpad as your entire application

:D

davestewart left a reply on Announcement: Laravel Sketchpad 1.2 Is Out

Yes... there's been a lot of iteration of the last year!

So many mistakes made, so many times I've changed my mind, so many times I thought this way would be the way to go, then it turned out to be that way.

I have a couple of lists, and will probably go over the commits at some point to do something like that.

davestewart started a new conversation Announcement: Laravel Sketchpad 1.2 Is Out

The next update to my bolt-on development environment for Laravel is officially released today.

image

There is an online demo here:

And a couple of videos:

New features include:

  • Completely reworked live documentation (see demo)
  • New top-level Search and Favourites pages
  • Full site customisation options
  • New permissions and admin functionality
  • New @field tag supports new HTML5 input types, <select> and <dataset> controls
  • Test vs Run mode
  • New helpers and various coding / tooling improvements
  • Various front end, interactivity, and formatting tweaks / fixes
26 Apr
2 years ago

davestewart started a new conversation How Is The Performance For Sharing Valet Sites?

We have a server setup at the moment where we have a single host machine using AMPPS which serves various kiosk machines over a local network.

We serve a decent amount images (which animate) from the host machine, to up to 3 kiosks and have no performance issues.

We are thinking about moving the whole setup to Laravel Valet (for ease of installation should a machine ever die at an event) and using its share feature.

Not having tested this yet, how is the performance? Is it straight across the local network, or (looking at the URL) does it go into the cloud or anything?

Thanks,

Dave

21 Apr
2 years ago

davestewart left a reply on Set Session Weirdness In AppServiceProvider

OK, testing in 5.4 and this seems to be OK. I figure a bug in 5.2 then.

davestewart started a new conversation Failed Posts Discard Current Edits.

If I submit a post, but:

  • forget to click the "I am not a robot" button
  • click submit before it's finished thinking
  • it decides to reset

...then the post reloads, but without my last edits.

I've cleared cookies, and logged in and out, but no joy.

It's particularly frustrating!

davestewart started a new conversation Set Session Weirdness In AppServiceProvider

I'm trying to do something fairly basic; set a session variable in the AppServiceProvider. The value will be used by a 3rd-party package (that I'm writing) that loads later to override some of its settings.

This works, in the boot process, but if I dump the session in a controller later, the session value NEVER changes after its initial set!

// AppServiceProvider
public function boot()
{
    dump(\Session::get('test'));
    \Session::put('test', microtime()); // won't update on subsequent requests
    dump(\Session::get('test'));
}

// Package
public function init ()
{
    $value = \Session::get('test'); // gets the correct value
}

// Controller
public function dumpSession ()
{
    print_r(\Session::all()); // only the first-set value ever shows, never an updated value!
}

It's very strange; I can't trust my session.

Am I missing something?

18 Apr
2 years ago

davestewart left a reply on [announcement] Laravel Sketchpad

Just to let everyone know, Sketchpad is now fully 1.0.* released, with a few new features added as well:

I updated the GIF in the initial thread post, so take a look at that to get the idea.

More info on the wiki of course!

Cheers :)

12 Apr
2 years ago
10 Apr
2 years ago

davestewart started a new conversation Homestead Instance Per Group Of Projects

I have a client with multiple (related) websites, and some common resources.

It would be nice to be able to configure just these sites in a single .yaml file.

Is it possible to either a) set up a Homestead instance to serve these sites as a group:

+- client           <- install homestead here
    +- site.foo
    +- site.bar
    +- site.baz
    +- common
    +- shared

Or b) set up a single .yaml file to run from the terminal, something like:

vagrant up --config client.yaml

Thanks, Dave

06 Apr
2 years ago

davestewart left a reply on [announcement] Laravel Sketchpad

OK, RC4 is available now, with those pesky install bugs fixed.

Hopefully this is the last release before 1.0.0

If anyone has time to install and give it a quick test, again, very much appreciated :)

05 Apr
2 years ago

davestewart left a reply on [announcement] Laravel Sketchpad

Hey Will,

Thanks for testing, and the feedback.

That's weird, not something I've come across in testing, but I suspect is permissions on your storage directory... or maybe default permissions on the folder I create in the storage directory, which is where it is stored.

The settings file is copied from the here:

Once copied, I write some values to it, so a manual copy probably isn't the best (that prompt was from a much earlier attempt at the installer).

Can you give me any more info about your storage folder? Location, permissions, os, laravel version etc.

Once that is sorted, everything else should take care of itself.

It doesn't seem to matter how much you test, there is always more to go wrong! I should have publisized this more widely in beta :(

Finally, the information about setup; there is more information about this in the wiki:

Is it enough?

davestewart left a reply on [announcement] Laravel Sketchpad

I've just released 1.0.0-RC3, which I'm hoping is the final release candidate before the full 1.0.0.

If anyone has a 10 minutes spare to install and have a quick go, that would be really useful:

Hopefully you'll get it and find it useful as well, if not, please do fire questions my way so I can make things more obvious!

03 Apr
2 years ago

davestewart left a reply on Can A Package's ServiceProvider Access Configuration Values It Just Published?

It's been a while since I published config with a package, but did you look at mergeConfigFrom() ?

30 Mar
2 years ago

davestewart left a reply on [announcement] Laravel Sketchpad

Oh my goodness - doesn't stuff scroll off quick! I may have to make a few "strategic" bumps :P

I'll be doing a proper video over the weekend, and will announce a full release next week, so that should make it easier for folks to grok and comment on it :)

And, thanks :)

davestewart started a new conversation [announcement] Laravel Sketchpad

I've just released a new package, called Sketchpad, an innovative, bolt-on development / admin environment for your existing Laravel site.

It's a place to write, test, experiment and execute code, or just a place to group useful tools and functions you want easy access to.

image

Overview

Sketchpad provides an alternative structure of controllers, views, assets and routing that lives alongside your main Laravel installation.

You can navigate methods, interactively modify parameters, and even live-reload the code you're working on, all from a friendly UI.

Additional tooling and functionality is designed to make it quick and easy to develop or debug new tools, features and code.

Uses

  • Test out new coding ideas
  • Develop tools and utilities for everyday work
  • Debug applications in the same environment they're running in
  • Practice with new libraries or APIs with your existing code
  • Give new hires a place to get up to speed with the codebase
  • Double check how that rarely-used function actually works
  • Give all that "secret" or commented-out code somewhere to live
  • Live-document existing features and tools
  • Generate and manage reports

More info

For more info and installation instructions check the GitHub wiki:

20 Feb
2 years ago

davestewart left a reply on Dd() - Not Well Formed Numeric Value Encountered

@dailysleaze - thanks!

composer update did the trick :)

27 Jan
2 years ago

davestewart left a reply on Great Article On JOINs

Ah, good resource!

davestewart started a new conversation Great Article On JOINs

Hey all,

I recently discovered the DZone website, which has a ton of useful resources for developers.

This morning, this arrived in my in box:

I often struggle getting JOINs right, so thought I would share as it looks really useful.

Cheers, Dave

01 Jan
2 years ago

davestewart left a reply on Testing An Obese Test

@ohffs - big daddy! Showing your age (and nationality) there!

14 Dec
2 years ago

davestewart left a reply on Full Stack Developer

I just saw this on CommitStrip which may at least amuse you :)

commitstrip

davestewart left a reply on Custom Class For External API Calls, Where To Put It Inside Laravel 5.3?

I want to code a class for calls to an external rest api

Sounds more like a service to me.

davestewart left a reply on What Are You Working On ?

@IsaacBen I thought you were making an insightful / funny joke about designing a pen and paper project management system for a client.

That would be cool! :P

13 Dec
2 years ago

davestewart left a reply on Full Stack Developer

There's only so much time in the day to learn things, so you can be good at both, but practically it will take you twice as long to reach the same standard, or you'll be lacking in specialisms for both in the same timeframe.

I'm primarily a front end dev, but have been working with PHP for around 15 years, but never considered myself "full stack", more a front end guy with reasonable back end skills.

However, my previous two jobs have both been full stack (using Laravel, which I'm now pretty comfy with) and I was the only developer, so I now loosely call myself a "front-end, full-stack developer" and caveat this for any jobs I go with that a "real" back end guy will know far more than me about database flavours, security, and all the other "back end" stuff than I, so if they need something really up there, either to hire someone else, or to have me work with a primarily back end guy.

The one thing I can't stand is supposedly "full stack" folks who don't caveat their areas of expertise. I worked on a Rails/JavaScript site last year where the front end was written mainly by a "full stack" Node guy (it's all JavaScript, right!?) and it was an absolute f-ing mess.

Front end is now so technical that it makes it very difficult to be across both disciplines and really compete (though Node does at least put it all within one language; Meteor being an interesting example as well).

One of the phrases I've heard recently is "full stack integrator" which I think makes a lot of sense, and if you google the same term, you'll see a lot of people talking about "the myth of the full stack developer".

Food for thought!

davestewart left a reply on What Are You Working On ?

Ahhh @ohffs - I should have tapped you for input for an article I've just written for net magazine. I'm sure you would agree with most of it though.

I'm about to get back to working on Sketchpad, which I've taken a break from for a couple of months due to work pressure.

It's a playground to test out code and build reusable tools, and installs as a module alongside your Laravel project:

sketchpad

I should get some time over Christmas to get it complete. I used to finish projects must faster than this, I promise!

24 Nov
2 years ago

davestewart started a new conversation I Just Want To Say Thank You For Choosing A Sensible Font Size

There seems to be some trend in the last couple of years to choose increasingly-larger font sizes.

The (major brand) site I'm contracting on at the moment, the default font is 16px and goes up to about 24px, even for body copy and it's infuriating. The Jetbrains forum uses 16px or 18px as its base size, and it's just too much.

Seeing 12px on the index page is most pleasing.

Well done!

18 Nov
2 years ago

davestewart left a reply on Laracasts Refresh

I'll add to the prevailing view that it looks brilliant! Not in any way overpowering, lovely use of space, great highlight colours, and really easy to read.

My only comments would be:

  • the left hand menu requires a lot of scrolling; maybe a toggle at the top?
  • would be good to see horizontal scrolling on code blocks as wrapping makes them hard to read

Well done!

16 Nov
2 years ago

davestewart started a new conversation StateMachine: New State Management Library For JavaScript (including Vue)

Hey all,

So I've been working on a JavaScript State Machine implementation for the last 6 weeks or so, which I've now released.

It's in a different category from Vuex/Redux etc as it's based around named transitions from state to state, rather than storing global state, which makes it particularly suited to user interface design, components, funnels, games, etc.

It's also really easy to use; in fact I've specifically designed the configuration to be as easy as writing English:

transitions: [
    'next    : intro > form > finish',
    'back    : intro < form           < error',
    'error   :         form >           error',
    'restart : intro        < finish'
]

Demo and code is online here:

There are also 4 specific Vue demos, showing how it can be integrated easily with the framework:

In the meantime, here's a GIF of the main library demo that illustrates a lot of StateMachine's features, such as adding transitions on-the-fly, asynchronous transitions, event handling, interface update, etc:

state-machine-demo

Enjoy!

01 Nov
2 years ago

davestewart left a reply on Custom Exception Classes

I settled for a more generic ParseRelationException:


// No results for table `blah`. Did you spell, capitalize, and pluralize it correctly?
throw new ParseRelationException("No results for table `$table`. Did you spell, capitalize, and pluralize it correctly?");

// Lookup key `blah` failed matching a row in table `Features`
throw new ParseRelationException("Lookup key `$lookupKey` failed matching a row in table `$table`");

Feels like it gives provides enough contextual information to the user whilst still being flexible.

davestewart started a new conversation Custom Exception Classes

I'm building some tooling for the soon-to-be defunct/open-sourced Parse.com, which does quite a lot of database stuff (reading, writing, updating relations etc) and I need to be fairly "on" the error handling.

Should I really be using custom Exception classes here, such as:

ParseRelationResolutionException
ParseRelationResultsException
ParseRelationResolutionException in ParseRelationResolver.php line 143:
Lookup key `blah` failed matching a row in table `Features`

... or would general Exceptions suffice ?

I appreciate that's not much info to go on, but I'm trying to keep it brief :)

11 Oct
2 years ago

davestewart left a reply on What Version Of Node Are You On?

Ach...

In the end is was something completely different.

The quick test HTML file I was using to get all these libs up and running didn't contain a <head>, just a <body> so Browsersync had nothing to hook into, which is why across all the libs I was testing, none of them appeared to work.

All solved now :)

10 Oct
2 years ago

davestewart started a new conversation What Version Of Node Are You On?

I'm getting some completely borked behaviour with browsersync-related plugins, and I'm now wondering if it's because I'm on the latest version of OSX Node @6.7.0

I cannot getlive-server or lite-server to refresh, though running the browsersync console does work.

What is everyone else on?