|Maintainer Contact:||email@example.com (Maxime Fabre)|
|Package Create Date:||2012-09-15|
|Package Last Update:||2019-12-10|
|Last Refreshed:||2020-02-16 15:21:03|
|Total Open Issues:||8|
Former outputs form elements in HTML compatible with your favorite CSS framework (Bootstrap and Foundation are currently supported). Former also handles repopulation after validation errors, including automatically rendering error text with affected fields.
Former provides a fluent method of form creation, allowing you to do:
Former::framework('TwitterBootstrap3'); Former::horizontal_open() ->id('MyForm') ->rules(['name' => 'required']) ->method('GET'); Former::xlarge_text('name') # Bootstrap sizing ->class('myclass') # arbitrary attribute support ->label('Full name') ->value('Joseph') ->required() # HTML5 validation ->help('Please enter your full name'); Former::textarea('comments') ->rows(10) ->columns(20) ->autofocus(); Former::actions() ->large_primary_submit('Submit') # Combine Bootstrap directives like "lg and btn-primary" ->large_inverse_reset('Reset'); Former::close();
Every time you call a method that doesn't actually exist, Former assumes you're trying to set an attribute and creates it magically. That's why you can do in the above example
->rows(10) ; in case you want to set attributes that contain dashes, just replace them by underscores :
Now of course in case you want to set an attribute that actually contains an underscore you can always use the fallback method
setAttribute('data_foo', 'bar'). You're welcome.
This is the core of it, but Former offers a lot more. I invite you to consult the wiki to see the extent of what Former does.
Require Former package using Composer:
composer require anahkiasen/former
Publish config files with artisan:
php artisan vendor:publish --provider="Former\FormerServiceProvider"
For Laravel 5.4 and below, you must modify your
providers array add :
Add then alias Former's main class by adding its facade to the
aliases array in the same file :
'Former' => 'Former\Facades\Former',