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Replied to How To Reuse Laravel 7's New HTTP Client...

Thx. That's a fair suggestion, based on my question, and it certainly DRYs up the code.

I was more interested in a solution that wouldn't require the client to be rebuilt over and over again.

It seems like when you finally make a request, then "deep within" PendingRequest::send() a call to buildClient() is made. It seems unavoidable.

Your solution certainly cleans up the code, which is nice, but it seems more than a bit inefficient to build up a brand new client over and over again...especially if the configuration is the same. Of course, maybe the most common use case is one request at a time...?

Thx again. :-)

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Started a new Conversation How To Reuse Laravel 7's New HTTP Client...

Anyone know how to reuse Laravel 7's new HTTP client or does it need to be "configured" for every use...?

For example, if one writes something like this:

$response = Http::baseUrl('https://some.base.address.com')
    ->acceptJson()
    ->asJson()
    ->withToken($token)
    ->get('users');

And then later on or elsewhere in the code you want to hit the same API, but to get/do something else:

$response = Http::baseUrl('https://some.base.address.com')
    ->acceptJson()
    ->asJson()
    ->withToken($token)
    ->get('students');

Using Http is nice, but it seems like there's potentially a lot of duplicated code. How can one easily avoid the boilerplate configuration each/every time one wants to make a request?

Thanks...! :-)

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Commented on The New HTTP Client

Anyone know how to reuse a "configured client"...?

For example, if one writes something like this:

$response = Http::baseUrl('https://some.base.address.com')
    ->acceptJson()
    ->asJson()
    ->withToken($token)
    ->get('users');

And then later on or elsewhere in the code you want to hit the same API, but to get/do something else:

$response = Http::baseUrl('https://some.base.address.com')
    ->acceptJson()
    ->asJson()
    ->withToken($token)
    ->get('students');

Using Http is nice, but it seems like there's potentially a lot of duplicated code. How can one easily avoid the boilerplate configuration each/every time one wants to make a request?

Thanks...! :-)

Mar
06
2 months ago
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Commented on Route Custom Keys With Scoping

One of the features I was looking forward to using....but, I use Route::resource() a lot. Is it possible to take advantage of this feature using Route::resource()...?

Dec
09
5 months ago
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Replied to How To Publish VerifyEmail.php In Laravel 5.7

@robbydooo I'm not sure when it changed, but toMail() now (v6.6.1) looks like this:

    public function toMail($notifiable)
    {
        $verificationUrl = $this->verificationUrl($notifiable);

        if (static::$toMailCallback) {
            return call_user_func(static::$toMailCallback, $notifiable, $verificationUrl);
        }

        return (new MailMessage)
            ->subject(Lang::get('Verify Email Address'))
            ->line(Lang::get('Please click the button below to verify your email address.'))
            ->action(Lang::get('Verify Email Address'), $verificationUrl)
            ->line(Lang::get('If you did not create an account, no further action is required.'));
    }

So, the verification URL is passed in now. :-)