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Components

we are using components on every resource we build to manage the form builder, and we have a lot of methods and types for these components

Components Methods

all the components accept some methods like
->label(string),
->placeholder(string),
->hint(string),
->tab(string),
->default(static),
->type(string), // Like password, color ..
->rules(string|array),
->createRules(string|array),
->editRules(string|array),
->searchable(bool),
->sortable(bool),
->over(bool),
->required(bool),
->disabled(bool),
->unique(bool)
->list(bool)
->create(bool)
->edit(bool)
->col(int)

Validation

you can validate your field on create/update by using this method createRules() or editRules() or use it direct for create and edit
->rules("required|string|max:255"),
and if you like to make a row unique just use this method
->unique()
to view a hint of red * on the row you can use
->required()

Reactive Input

you can hide and show any input by using condition-by-reactive methods like
Text::make('name')
->reactive()
->reactiveRow('active')
->reactiveBy('id')
->reactiveWhere(1)
->col(6)
->label(__('name'))
->required()
->validation([
"create" => "required|string|max:255",
"update" => "required|string|max:255"
]),
->reactive() tell the input you must hide until you get a condition. ->reactiveRow() tell the input which row has the value that makes the current row show or hide. ->reactiveBy() to make the row access object and it can be null if the value or reactiveRow is just string or int. ->reactiveWhere() the condition of the selected row value like when you check the id it can be 1 or 2.

API calls on change

sometimes you need to make an API request when the select box changed we make it easy for you to do that by using ->api() method on HasOne::class or Relation::class like
HasOne::make('model_id')
->reactive()
->reactiveRow('privacy')
->reactiveBy('id')
->reactiveWhere('private')
->validation("nullable|array")
->relation('model'),
​
Select::make('model_type')
->label(__('Type'))
->validation("required|array")
->options([
Option::make(__("Users"))->id("App\Models\User")->api('model_id', "App\Models\User", __("Users")),
Option::make(__("Accounts"))->id("App\Models\Account")->api('model_id', "App\Models\Account", __("Accounts"))
]),
->api() takes 3 args:
  • the row name that we will fill with data coming from API.
  • the model namespace or direct model to fetch data from it.
  • the label for the target input