This works just like any Laravel package, read their documentation to get started (opens new window) and have a look at the existing packages to see how things are handled.
# Eventy Filters
Eventy (opens new window) is used to have Wordpress style filters which can be used within packages. Have a look at their docs (opens new window) to see how these filters can be used or at the
AmastyLabelServiceProvider.php (opens new window) from the Rapidez Amasty Label (opens new window) package as an example.
| ||Add additional global product scopes|
| ||Add additional global product casts|
| ||Add product scopes to the product query when indexing|
| ||Manipulate the product data before it's getting indexed|
| ||Index additional product attributes|
| ||Manipulate the index mapping|
| ||Add additional global category scopes|
| ||Register additional fallback routes (example (opens new window))|
# Vue Events
Rapidez emits some custom Vue events you can hook into with
$on (opens new window). This is used for example within the Rapidez Mollie (opens new window) package, have a look at the
mollie.js (opens new window) file.
| ||Triggered after the checkout credentials are saved|
| ||Triggered after the payment method is saved|
| ||Triggered after a swatch change, when calling this the product image updates based on the choice.|
There is also a
doNotGoToTheNextStep variable on the root Vue instance which can be used to prevent the checkout from going to the next step. That's also used within the Rapidez Mollie (opens new window) package to prevent the checkout from going to the success page because you've to pay first and we'd like to redirect the user to the payment page.