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[Proposal] option to declare observer in the model itself? #551

boynet opened this issue Apr 26, 2017 · 7 comments

[Proposal] option to declare observer in the model itself? #551

boynet opened this issue Apr 26, 2017 · 7 comments

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boynet commented Apr 26, 2017

I have some big website with many models and most models also have an event observer

And I am afraid of the performance penalty of this observers as it’s basically loading all this observers on each laravel boot so the performance is loading multiple maybe unnecessary files + multiple method_exists calls (the method)

maybe I am over thinking here does it good idea to add an option to declare the observer in the model itself? like

class User extends Authenticatable

that’s way the observer will only load when the model loaded

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brayniverse commented May 2, 2017 •

I think you can also use a trait which will auto register on the model if you provide a method on the trait that follows the following convention boot[TraitName].

trait Observable < public static function bootObservableTrait() < if (isset($this->observer)) < static::observe($this->observer); > > >
class User extends Model < use Observable; protected $observer = User observer::class; >

You still benefit from the fact that the observer is only loaded when the model is loaded.

Also, have you tried measuring the impact of registering an observer? Is the show down noticable?

boynet commented May 3, 2017

thanks good idea

Also, have you tried measuring the impact of registering an observer? Is the show down noticable?

didnt test it, I know I should but from the beginning it doesn’t feel right for me to load this 20 observers in every request

salarmehr commented Oct 19, 2017 •

The way that event are handled in the model is over smart! and it can be far easier.

This is the way that events are handled in the Phalcon framework elegantly.,

class Products extends Model < public function beforeCreate() < // Set the creation date $this->created_at = date('Y-m-d H:i:s'); > public function beforeUpdate() < // Set the modification date $this->modified_in = date('Y-m-d H:i:s'); > > 

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robjbrain commented May 29, 2018 •

Just another thought on doing this, since this issue is the top result on Google for registering the observer on the model.

I declare the model on the observer itself using an $observes property. Then loop through my observers directory in a service provider to auto register each observer.

protected function loadObservers() < $path = app_path('observers'); foreach (glob($path . '/*.php') as $file) < $observer_class = $this->getClassName($file); foreach($observer_class::$observes as $model_class) < call_user_func_array([$model_class, 'observe'], [$observer_class]); > > > protected function getClassName($file) < // Nicked from Illuminate\Foundation\Console\Kernel::load() return $this->app->getNamespace() . str_replace( ['/', '.php'], ['\\', ''], Str::after($file, app_path() . DIRECTORY_SEPARATOR) ); >
namespace App\Observers; use App\User; class UsersObserver < public static $observes = [ User::class ]; public function saving(User $user) < // do something > >

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