|Maintainer Contact:||firstname.lastname@example.org (Muhamad Nauval Azhar)|
|Package Create Date:||2017-08-31|
|Package Last Update:||2017-09-05|
|Last Refreshed:||2020-01-17 15:12:07|
|Total Open Issues:||0|
Sometimes you want to create a facade for globally accessible method, but you don't like doing it because you have to take a few steps. Facade, please! is a laravel package to solve your problem, just one command and your facade is ready to use!
composer require nauvalazhar/facade-please
'providers' => [ ... Nauvalazhar\FacadePlease\FacadePleaseServiceProvider::class,
php artisan facade usage
php artisan facade:please YourFacade
The Generated facade will be stored in the
app/MyFacades folder by default, but you can change the destination folder in the
config/facadeplease.php file. Before doing that, you need to do this step.
php artisan facade:delete YourFacade
php artisan facade:list
php artisan facade:diag YourFacade [--methods] [--public] [--private]
php artisan vendor:publish --tag=facadeplease
0.2.0 - Hope you love this ----- New --- - Optional argument for command: php artisan facade - Automatically adds a comma at the end of the provider array element and aliases array in `config/app.php` - Added a new command to list all facades - Added a new command to diagnose the facade - Added new command for usage Changes ------- - Add 'require' in composer.json - Some changes to the 'php artisan facade' command - Some changes to the 'php artisan facade:delete' command 0.1.1 - Initial release ----- Fix --- - fix Composer.json 0.1.0 - First release (Don't use this) - First commit
Thanks to @rizalio for any help!