How to make repository request in laravel?

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by larissa , in category: PHP Frameworks , 18 days ago

How to make repository request in laravel?

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by herminia_bruen , 17 days ago

@larissa 

To make a repository request in Laravel, you can follow these steps:

  1. Create a repository class: Create a new repository class for the model you want to interact with. This class should have methods for performing various database operations such as fetching records, creating new records, updating records, and deleting records.
  2. Implement the repository interface: Create an interface that defines the methods that your repository class should implement. This helps in ensuring that the repository class has all the required methods.
  3. Bind the repository class to the interface: In your service provider, bind the repository class to the repository interface. This allows you to easily inject the repository class into your controllers or services.
  4. Inject the repository class: Finally, in your controller or service where you want to make repository requests, inject the repository class using dependency injection. You can then call the methods defined in the repository class to interact with the database.


Here's an example of how you can make a repository request in Laravel:

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// Define the repository interface
interface UserRepositoryInterface {
    public function getAllUsers();
    public function getUserById($id);
    public function createUser(array $data);
    public function updateUser($id, array $data);
    public function deleteUser($id);
}

// Implement the UserRepository class
class UserRepository implements UserRepositoryInterface {
    public function getAllUsers() {
        return User::all();
    }
    
    public function getUserById($id) {
        return User::find($id);
    }
    
    public function createUser(array $data) {
        return User::create($data);
    }
    
    public function updateUser($id, array $data) {
        $user = User::find($id);
        $user->update($data);
        return $user;
    }
    
    public function deleteUser($id) {
        return User::destroy($id);
    }
}

// Bind the repository class to the interface in a service provider
$this->app->bind(UserRepositoryInterface::class, UserRepository::class);

// Inject the repository class in a controller
class UserController extends Controller {
    protected $userRepository;

    public function __construct(UserRepositoryInterface $userRepository) {
        $this->userRepository = $userRepository;
    }

    public function index() {
        $users = $this->userRepository->getAllUsers();
        return response()->json($users);
    }
}


With this setup, you can easily make repository requests in your Laravel application by calling the methods defined in the repository class through the injected repository instance.