How to hydrate result of query in laravel?

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by darion , in category: PHP Frameworks , 13 days ago

How to hydrate result of query in laravel?

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by shyann , 12 days ago

@darion 

In Laravel, you can hydrate the result of a query by using the ->get() method to retrieve a collection of results, and then use the ->hydrate($items) method to hydrate the collection with the retrieved data.


Here is an example:

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$results = DB::table('users')->where('status', 'active')->get();

$hydratedResults = (new AppUser)->hydrate($results);

dd($hydratedResults);


In this example, we are retrieving all active users from the users table, and then hydrating the results into an instance of the User model. You can then use the hydrated results as you would with any other Eloquent model.


Note that the hydrate() method is available on the IlluminateDatabaseEloquentModel class, which is the base class for all Eloquent models in Laravel.