As you know there is a way to define accessor and mutator in laravel like below.
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For example if we are in user model (App\Models\User):
There is a new way to achieve this scenario But I must say Taylor Otwell actually mentioned it and it is quite useful and nice.
You can define both setter and getter in one single method like below:
and that would do it as another way to define accessors and mutators both in one attribute function. If don’t want to write any of these you can simply pass a null value for get/set.
Lets see two more examples for user model to cracked it down:
That’s it… any questions?