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24
4 weeks ago
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Started a new Conversation Storage Of Site Wide Configuration

Probably a simple and daft question, however ... When it comes to data that is used across the site and unlikely to change frequently (i.e. premise address, primary contact number and email), would this belong in a database 'settings' table or the .env file?

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Replied to Data And Props Naming Conflicts

Thanks @piljac1 and @silencebringer for your input. I know this is one of those opinionated questions where asking 10 developers can result in 10 differing responses.

After considering the options and watching a few videos from some other developers in the Laravel/Vue community I opted for the scoped option.

data() {
  return {
    form {
      ...
    }
  }
}

A bit more verbose but it works for me.

Sep
15
1 month ago
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Started a new Conversation Data And Props Naming Conflicts

When dealing with the naming of data and props in components, how do people deal with naming conflicts so that names still make sense but do not conflict?

For example, you might have a <user-information-form :user="{{ $user }}"></user-information-form> which displays information about a User and so pass the User through as a prop.

props: {
  user: Object
}

You want to enable two-way binding so create a data variable for this but can't name it user as that is already defined in props.

So what do people do in this situation, is there a convention? Do people prefix the variables (displayUser, localUser, mutableUser, etc.).

Or maybe scope the variable;

data() {
  return {
    local: {
      user: {}
    }
  }
}

Then use the scoped variable for binding this.local.user?

Jul
24
2 months ago
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Started a new Conversation Multiple User Type Auth

I am creating a system where there will be different types of user. To keep things simple in this example lets say Staff and Users. What I am curious about is the 'best/better' method for storing the information about these types of user and handling their authentication. There seems to be split opinion as to whether to put these user types into separate tables and have separate auth management (login routes and workflow etc.), or keep it in a single table with a user_type which is used to reference a related table and reuse the routes, views and workflow.

I am curious to hear the opinions of people on Laracasts and their reasoning.