Laravel Tutorials / updated: August 18, 2016

Where can I get a complete list of Laravel events

On StackOverflow a user asked where can they can get a complete list of Laravel events. Jason Lewis gave the answer and I figured it would be useful for others.

laravel.done
laravel.log
laravel.query
laravel.resolving
laravel.composing: {viewname}
laravel.started: {bundlename}
laravel.controller.factory
laravel.config.loader
laravel.language.loader
laravel.view.loader
laravel.view.engine

view.filter

eloquent.saving
eloquent.updated
eloquent.created
eloquent.saved
eloquent.deleting
eloquent.deleted

500
404

The 500 and 404 are both error related events. These are set in the routes.php file so you can see what the default listener is.

I’d like to point out that the eloquent.{event} have another variation containing the class name that is being updated.

So a big thanks to Jason for answering.

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