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Laravel Calendar Recurring Events

TABLE OF CONTENT
  1. Installation
  2. Usage
  3. Testing

Calculate Laravel Calendar Recurring Events. No need to store all millions of possible future events into Database. No Cron needed to Generate Monthly events for the Database.

  1. Create CalendarEvent Object from your Laravel Eloquent Model
  2. Specify Recurring Pattern (Daily, Weekly, Monthly, Yearly along with options)
  3. Calculate Future Event Occurrences as per your need by,
    • Next Number of Occurrences
    • Between Given Dates

Installation

You can install the package via composer:

composer require infyomlabs/laravel-calendar-events

Usage

use InfyOm\LaravelCalendarEvents\CalendarEvent; use InfyOm\LaravelCalendarEvents\CalendarEventRecurrencePattern; $event = new CalendarEvent([ [ 'id' => 1, 'title' => 'Daily Repeat End on 30 Jan', 'description' => 'Daily Repeat End on 30 Jan', 'start_date' => '2021-01-10', 'end_date' => '2021-01-20', // nullable 'start_time' => '10:00:00', 'end_time' => '12:00:00', 'is_full_day' => false, 'is_recurring' => true, 'location' => 'Surat, India', // extra field. It will be automatically added to meta 'meta' => [ 'ticket_required' => true ] ] ]); $event->recurring_pattern = new CalendarEventRecurrencePattern([ 'recurring_type' => RecurringFrequencyType::RECURRING_TYPE_DAILY, 'max_occurrences' => 10, // Maximum 10 Occurrences 'repeat_interval' => 1, // Repeat Daily 'repeat_by_days' => ["MO", "WE", "SU"], // only repeat on Monday, Wednesday and Sunday 'repeat_by_months' => [], ]); // Retrieve next 5 events. Returns CalendarEvent array. $event->getNextEvents(5); // Retrieve all events between 5th Jan to 15th Jan. Returns CalendarEvent array. $event->getEventsBetween('2021-01-05', '2021-01-15'); // Retrieve next 2 Occurrences. Returns \Recurr\Recurrence array $event->getNextOccurrences(2); // If you Laravel Eloquent model matches the field names with above field name $event = new CalendarEvent($calendarModle);

You can also call direct functions on CalendarEvent class,

$event = new CalendarEvent([ [ 'id' => 1, 'title' => 'Daily Repeat End on 30 Jan', 'description' => 'Daily Repeat End on 30 Jan', 'start_time' => '10:00:00', 'end_time' => '12:00:00', 'location' => 'Surat, India', // extra field. It will be automatically added to meta 'meta' => [ 'ticket_required' => true ] ] ]); $event->setStartDate(\Carbon\Carbon::parse('2021-01-10')); $event->setEndDate(\Carbon\Carbon::parse('2021-01-20')); $event->makeFullDay(); $event->makeRecurring(); $recurringPattern = new CalendarEventRecurrencePattern(); $recurringPattern->repeatDaily(); $recurringPattern->setMaxOccurrences(10); $recurringPattern->setRepeatInterval(2); $recurringPattern->setRepeatDays(["MO", "WE", "SU"]); $event->recurring_pattern = $recurringPattern;

Testing

composer test