Laravel Packages / June 12, 2014

Eloquent Sluggable

A sluggable trait for your Eloquent models:

A slug is a simplified version of a string, typically URL-friendly. The act of “slugging” a string usually involves converting it to one case, and removing any non-URL-friendly characters (spaces, accented letters, ampersands, etc.). The resulting string can then be used as an indentifier for a particular resource.

I feel like slugs are more suited for JavaScript that way the end user can adjust as necessary, but do people really care? Or is it just me?

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