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Laravel: Booting and Initializing Models with traits

Betcha’ you didn’t know you can do two things

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One of the advantages of Eloquent ORM is how it plays nice with traits. When you use an Eloquent Model, you can execute logic when you start using the model itself.

The booting method is very magical since you can attach a Trait to the model, and if you put some methods on…

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