Attach objects to notification's session flashed variable


Keywords
laravel, laravel-5-package, laravel-package, notifications, php7, session
License
MIT

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Laravel Notificator

Simple session flashing messages manager for Laravel

Notifications are stored in Laravel's session flash input, keyed by notifications

Create a notification

Notificator::success('This is a success notification');

You can choose between 4 types

  • success
  • info
  • error
  • warning

Print a notification

@foreach(Notificator::all() as $notification)
    <div class="alert alert-{{ $notification->getBootstrapClass() }}>
        <p>{{ $notification->getMessage() }}</p>
    </div>
@endforeach

getBootstrapType() transforms the error type into danger to use it with Bootstrap default CSS alerts. If you're not using Bootstrap, you can use getType to get it as error.

If you just want the first notification or you know you'll work with just one, you can use

 Notificator::first()->getMessage();

Duration

Notification's Messages also have an integer $duration in case you use a javscript library like toastr.js

You can modify the default duration of 5 seconds when creating the notification

Notificator::success('Message', 10000); // 10 seconds