Nasrul Hazim Bin Mohamad

Laravel: Response Macro

Dec
30

It’s quite straightforward to extend a class functionality with Macro. This time I show how to extend the Response class in Laravel.

Create a class in app/Macros/Http called Response.php and add the content as following:

Then register the Macro in AppServiceProvider

Now you may test your new responses:

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