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|laravel-put-helper 1.0||The PHP License||5||HTTP, PHP 5|
This package can process HTTP PUT requests to get files and values.
Laravel PUT helper is a package that helps you get input data, as well as uploaded files for PUT requests
You can install the package via composer:
composer require djunehor/laravel-put-helper
The package will automatically register itself, so you can start using it immediately.
In Laravel version 5.4 and older, you have to add the service provider in
config/app.php file manually:
'providers' => [ // ... Djunehor\PutHelper\PutHelperServiceProvider::class, ];
After installing the package, you will have to register it in
bootstrap/app.php file manually:
// Register Service Providers // ... $app->register(Djunehor\PutHelper\PutHelperServiceProvider::class); ];
After following the above installation instructions, no further action is required. Input data (string and files) will be available for all your PUT requests
In order to validate if a param is file, use
put_file in your validation. For example:
$request->validate([ 'my_file' => 'required|put_file' ]);
The package registers a global middleware that intercepts all PUT request and tries to get the input payload via php raw input stream. It then merges the parsed input data to the request object so the inputs are available normally from wherever you're accessing the request object.
That is, if a file with field
my_file is sent from the form, you can access via
At the moment,
$request->file('file_key') doesn't work. Use other methods instead e.g
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