Laravel 5 package for generating time slots for a time duration
- 'GUI support Removed '
- 'Enhanced backend support with new functions'
- 'Time Clock converter added'
laravel-timeslicer is a s package that generates time slots of same length from starting time to ending time for a range
of days,months or even years. You can create slots of differnt time lengths or/and differnt starting or/and ending time for differnt
interval of days by changing the inputs accordingly.
First Get It Through The Composer
composer require mchampaneri/timeslice
Copy The ServiceProvider To config/app.php in providers array
Copy The Facade To config/app.php in aliases array
Second You have to publish the package
php artisan vendor:publish
This command will publish all assets file need by the package at appropriate direcotries.
Third do Migrate
Here migrate is neccesary because this package has its own table to manage timeslots and related data
After This Three Steps are ready to use the timeslicer
At first you have to set the config file of timeslicer. Define the name of your resource model, consumer model and
namespace of your model files.
Resource model : Model For Which You Want To Genreate The Time Slots
for example doctors, resturant's table, class of school
Consumer Model : Model Which are going to relate with Resource object throgh Timeslice
for example patient, customer , subject
Here this names are Case Sensitive so add this name carefully.
In the second step you are ready to use this package where ever you want
MakeSlices($start_date, $end_date, $start_time, $end_time, $interval, $resource_id)
Function generates the unique time slices based on the date, start time and end time for start date to the end date
here all variables are the fields of the table.
Here Consumer_id is The id of a consumer object. This function will book the current timeslice for the
consumer object which's id is passed as argument.
Unbook the current timeslice from the reservation
Returns the resource object which is related with the current timeslice.
Returns the consumer object which is related with the current timeslice.
Returns the all time slices created for the particular resource.
Returns the all time slices of the resource on the particular date.
Returns the all booked time slices of the resource **on** the particular **date**.
Returns the all unbooked/free time slices of the resource **on** the particular **date**.
Returns the input of 12hr clock in 24hr clock output
Returns the input of 24hr clock in 12hr clock with appropriate suffix ie am/pm