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Supercharged pipelines for Laravel | Laravel News

The chefhasteeth/pipeline package for Laravel adds a few unique features to the built-in pipeline functionality. For example, this package has a withTransaction() method, which will run this pipeline within a database transaction and automatically commit (or roll back) depending on if the pipeline succeeded:

1use ChefhasteethPipelinePipeline;

2 

3 

4// i.e., controller method

5public function store(StoreRegistrationRequest $request)

6{

7 return Pipeline::make()

8 ->withTransaction()

9 ->send($request->all())

10 ->through([

11 RegisterUser::class,

12 AddMemberToTeam::class,

13 SendWelcomeEmail::class,

14 ])

15 ->then(fn ($data) => UserResource::make($data));

16}

Next, this package also has a Pipable trait that you could implement on a data object or class:

1use ChefhasteethPipelinePipable;

2 

3class UserDataObject

4{

5 use Pipable;

6 

7 public string $name;

8 public string $email;

9 public string $password;

10 // ...

11}

12 

13// Run the pipeline

14return UserDataObject::fromRequest($request)

15 ->pipeThrough([

16 RegisterUser::class,

17 AddMemberToTeam::class,

18 SendWelcomeEmail::class,

19 ])

20 ->then(fn ($data) => UserResource::make($data));

You can learn about this package, get full installation instructions, and view the source code on GitHub. If you’d like to learn more about pipelines in Laravel, Jeff Ochoa wrote Understanding Laravel Pipelines, which is an excellent resource.


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