luis_carlos

luis_carlos

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02 Apr
1 month ago

luis_carlos left a reply on Returning String Data From A Relationship Only

Did you trying using select()?

$ext = Extension::where('extension', $extension)->with('hasType')->select('path')->first();
$path = $ext->path;
01 Apr
1 month ago

luis_carlos left a reply on Foreach Paginate Pages Laravel

To show pagination, put this in your view, where you want display pagination links

{{ $posts->links() }}

luis_carlos left a reply on Getting 500 Error JQuery

Try this steps:

  1. Check your url accessing it using your browser. Replace manually the variables url_origin and guestId on url_origin + '/reservations/get-preference/' + guestID;

  2. Wrap your function call in a domready event, like @cronix suggested.

  3. Put a debugger at the beginning of your function and debug it.

function managePreference(){
    debugger
        var guestID = $('#guest_id_holder').data('id')
....

luis_carlos left a reply on Import Csv File Into Database Without Database Matching Fields

If you need some extra field to fulfill your Registration model, you can put it on your csv file and read inside foreach loop, just like the other fields. In the other hand, if you need fulfill other fields in Registration model and you doesn't have it on your csv file, you can assign it's directly inside for loop.

foreach ($data as $key => $value) {
    $import = new Registration();
    $import->city = $value->city;
....
    $import->other_field = "some value";    
    $import->other_strange_field = "some strange value";
}

luis_carlos left a reply on After Sending Mail. On Click On Button Return False

Probably there's some javascript blocking with preventDefault() after onclick event. Can you show us the code executed on that event?

luis_carlos left a reply on Problem With Mail Verification

As @narcisonunez21 said, you need change gmail security settings to allow your app send mails.

Here a tutorial that can help you. https://learninglaravel.net/learn-to-send-emails-using-gmail-and-sendgrid-in-laravel-5

luis_carlos left a reply on Getting 500 Error JQuery

I guess this error 500 is related to your server, and not your script, normally something is wrong with configurations.

This undefined could be one of two things:

  1. your selector can't find dom element and so can't get data-id value, or;
  2. data-id value doesn't exists in element.

If you could show more of your context, like you code, I think it will be more easy to help.

luis_carlos left a reply on Solid Principles

@kel_ answer is great when he say that is to think in terms of functionality.

Single responsibility is all about your class or function solve one, and just one, problem.

It's common a class get bigger and bigger as you put behavior on it, or put some extra responsibilities that you need, like store and recover data (Laravel Models does), do login, recover user password, and at this time you are breaking the S in SOLID.

If your class should attend in various contexts, each context can be a class. Using a User class as example, it can be used in authentication context, or recover password context, or interact with other users in a forum. As you can see, each context is a different and should be treated separately.

Your PostsController can be one for all CRUD statements, because this is what they do, allow you to store and retrieve records. If you need comments on your posts, you should create another controller to do that, because it is another context, another resource.

Now imagine a situation where you need that posts must be approved to go online, or after approved it can the disapproved, in this case you should create another controller and keep things separated.

Here 02 lessons that can help you https://laracasts.com/series/solid-principles-in-php/episodes/1 https://laracasts.com/series/whip-monstrous-code-into-shape/episodes/16

04 Feb
3 months ago

luis_carlos left a reply on Group Chat

Two years ago I found myself at the same situation and I ended up developing a solution using Redis Pub Sub with Node JS. Here a link to an article with more info about the idea, https://medium.com/@ridwanfajar/using-redis-pub-sub-with-node-js-its-quite-easy-c9c8b4dae79f