Build Eloquent queries from API requests
This package allows you to filter, sort and include eloquent relations based on a request. The
QueryBuilder used in this package extends Laravel's default Eloquent builder. This means all your favorite methods and macros are still available. Query parameter names follow the JSON API specification as closely as possible.
Filter a query based on a request:
use Spatie\QueryBuilder\QueryBuilder; $users = QueryBuilder::for(User::class) ->allowedFilters('name') ->get(); // all `User`s that contain the string "John" in their name
Including relations based on a request:
$users = QueryBuilder::for(User::class) ->allowedIncludes('posts') ->get(); // all `User`s with their `posts` loaded
Sorting a query based on a request:
$users = QueryBuilder::for(User::class) ->allowedSorts('id') ->get(); // all `User`s sorted by ascending id
Works together nicely with existing queries:
$query = User::where('active', true); $userQuery = QueryBuilder::for($query) // start from an existing Builder instance ->withTrashed() // use your existing scopes ->allowedIncludes('posts', 'permissions') ->where('score', '>', 42); // chain on any of Laravel's query builder methods
Selecting fields for a query:
$users = QueryBuilder::for(User::class) ->allowedFields(['id', 'email']) ->get(); // the fetched `User`s will only have their id & email set
Appending attributes to a query:
$users = QueryBuilder::for(User::class) ->allowedAppends('full_name') ->get() ->toJson(); // the resulting JSON will have the `getFullNameAttribute` attributes included
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You can install the package via composer:
composer require spatie/laravel-query-builder
Read the installation notes on the docs site: https://docs.spatie.be/laravel-query-builder/v2/installation-setup.
You can find the documentation on https://docs.spatie.be/laravel-query-builder/v2.
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Upgrading from v1 to v2
Please see UPGRADING.md for details.
Please see CHANGELOG for more information what has changed recently.
Please see CONTRIBUTING for details.
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