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Laravel provides a simple way to declare event listeners out of the box via the
Here's a quick example:
With the above, anytime the
LoginEvent is fired, the
handle() method of the
HandleLoginListener class will be called. Pretty simple, right?
But what if you have dozens or even hundreds of events that you want to all go through the same handler?
One option would be to list them out individually in the
Yikes! What if you forget to add the listener when you add a new event?
Another option would be to listen to an interface, and have your events implement the interface.
Here's an example interface:
And here's an example event, that implements the interface:
EventServiceProvider, you can listen for the interface instead of the specific event classes:
Now anytime an event that implements the
NotifiableEvent interface is dispatched, the
SendEventNotification listener will be called.