Laravel 8 Custom Command Example Tutorial


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Published By: Admin, Published On: May 10, 2021, Category: Laravel 8 Laravel

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Now let's see example of how to create custom command in laravel example. This is a short guide on laravel custom command. Here you will learn how to create custom command. We will use how to create custom command in laravel. Let's get started with how to create custom command in laravel.

Here i will give you few step instruction to create custom command in laravel 8.

Custom command:
php artisan students:create

This command through we will create new admins. So first fire bellow command and create console class file.

php artisan make:command StudentCommand --command=students:create

Next this command you can find one file StudentCommand class in console directory. so one that file and put bellow code.

app/Console/Commands/StudentCommand.php

  
<?php

	namespace App\Console\Commands;

	use Illuminate\Console\Command;
	use App\Models\Student;
	use Hash;

	class StudentCommand extends Command
	{
	    /**
	     * The name and signature of the console command.
	     *
	     * @var string
	     */
	    protected $signature = 'students:create';

	    /**
	     * The console command description.
	     *
	     * @var string
	     */
	    protected $description = 'Command description';

	    /**
	     * Create a new command instance.
	     *
	     * @return void
	     */
	    public function __construct()
	    {
	        parent::__construct();
	    }

	    /**
	     * Execute the console command.
	     *
	     * @return int
	     */
	    public function handle()
	    {
	        $input['name'] = $this->ask('Your name?');
	        $input['email'] = $this->ask('Your email?');
	        $input['password'] = $this->secret('What is the password?');
	        $input['password'] = Hash::make($input['password']);

	        Student::create($input);

	        $this->info('Student Create Successfully.');
	    }
	}
?>

After, Now I need to register this command class in Kernel.php file, so open file and add class this way:

<?php	
	namespace App\Console;

	use Illuminate\Console\Scheduling\Schedule;
	use Illuminate\Foundation\Console\Kernel as ConsoleKernel;


	class Kernel extends ConsoleKernel
	{
	    /**
	     * The Artisan commands provided by your application.
	     *
	     * @var array
	     */
	    protected $commands = [
	        Commands\StudentCommand::class,
	    ];
	    /**
	     * Define the application's command schedule.
	     *
	     * @param  \Illuminate\Console\Scheduling\Schedule  $schedule
	     * @return void
	     */
	    protected function schedule(Schedule $schedule)
	    {
	        

	    }
	}
?>

Now we are ready to use or custom command, you fire bellow command and check you can find command in the list this way "students:create".

php artisan list

php artisan students:create

It will help you....

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