funguy funguy - 5 months ago 16
PHP Question

How to resolve a controller with make parameter in laravel 5?

Previously I could do something like this:

/var/www/laravel/app/Http/Controllers/HelloController.php

<?php namespace App\Http\Controllers;

use App\Http\Controllers\Controller;
use App\Models\Hello\Hello as Hello;

class HelloController extends Controller {
public function index() {

$o = new Hello;

$o = new Hello('changed1','changed1');

var_dump($o);
}
}


/var/www/laravel/app/Models/Hello

<?php namespace App\Models\Hello;

use Illuminate\Database\Eloquent\Model\Hello.php;


class Hello extends Model
{
public function __construct($one='default1', $two='default2')
{
echo "First Param: $one","\n<br>\n";
echo "Second Param: $two","\n<br>\n";
echo "\n<br>\n";
}
}


routes.php

Route::get('tutorial', function() {
$app = app();
$app->make('Hello');
});


Instantiating without make works, but this now brings an error:

ReflectionException in Container.php line 776: Class Hello does not exist


What do you think I am missing in here?

Answer

Because your class has a namespace of App\Models\Hello, you must use the namespace of it when trying to instantiate the class. Therefore, your code should be like this:

Route::get('tutorial', function() {
    $app = app(); 
    $app->make('App\Models\Hello\Hello');
});

To expand a bit in the answer, you can remove the make() method call and just use the app() helper, and you'll end up with the same result:

Route::get('tutorial', function() {
    $app = app(); 
    $app->make('App\Models\Hello\Hello');

    // you can achieve the same with the
    // `app()` helper using less characters :)
    app('App\Models\Hello\Hello');
});
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