Observers

Introduction

Entry observers extend base observers.

Observers

Defining Observers

Entry entry model observers are typically generated automatically when using make:stream Streams CLI command.

CLI Commands

<?php namespace Anomaly\ExampleModule\Example;

use Anomaly\Streams\Platform\Entry\EntryObserver;
use Anomaly\Streams\Platform\Entry\Contract\EntryInterface;

class ExampleObserver extends EntryObserver
{
    //
}

Registering Observers

Entry model observers are registered automatically via class transformation.

You can register additional observers if needed from your addon service provider.

Service Providers

<?php namespace Anomaly\ExampleTheme;

use Anomaly\ExampleModule\Example\ExampleModel;
use Anomaly\ExampleTheme\Observer\ExampleObserver;

use Anomaly\Streams\Platform\Addon\AddonServiceProvider;

class ExampleThemeServiceProvider extends AddonServiceProvider
{
    public function register()
    {
        //
    }

    public function boot()
    {
        ExampleModel::observe(ExampleObserver::class);
    }

}

Events

All entry models support the eloquent model observer events and also add a couple entry model only events.

Creating

This event is fired just before the entry is created.

public function creating(EntryInterface $entry)
{
    // Do stuff.

    parent::creating($entry);
}

Created

This event is fired just after the entry is created.

public function creating(EntryInterface $entry)
{
    // Do stuff.

    parent::creating($entry);
}

Updating

This event is fired just before the entry is updated.

public function updating(EntryInterface $entry)
{
    // Do stuff.

    parent::updating($entry);
}

Updated

This event is fired just after the entry is updated.

public function updating(EntryInterface $entry)
{
    // Do stuff.

    parent::updating($entry);
}

Updated Many

This event is fired just after the table corresponding to entry is mass updated.

public function updatedMultiple(EntryInterface $entry)
{
    // Do stuff.

    parent::updatedMultiple($entry);
}

Saving

This event is fired just before the entry is saved.

public function saving(EntryInterface $entry)
{
    // Do stuff.

    parent::saving($entry);
}

Saved

This event is fired just after the entry is saved.

public function saving(EntryInterface $entry)
{
    // Do stuff.

    parent::saving($entry);
}

Deleting

This event is fired just before the entry is deleted.

public function deleting(EntryInterface $entry)
{
    // Do stuff.

    parent::deleting($entry);
}

Deleted

This event is fired just after the entry is deleted.

public function deleting(EntryInterface $entry)
{
    // Do stuff.

    parent::deleting($entry);
}

Deleted Many

This event is fired just after the table corresponding to entry is mass deleted.

public function deletedMultiple(EntryInterface $entry)
{
    // Do stuff.

    parent::deletedMultiple($entry);
}

Restoring

This event is fired just before the entry is restored.

public function restoring(EntryInterface $entry)
{
    // Do stuff.

    parent::restoring($entry);
}

Restored

This event is fired just after the entry is restored.

public function restoring(EntryInterface $entry)
{
    // Do stuff.

    parent::restoring($entry);
}