Laravel Last Activity
Stores the last activity time of users within your Laravel application
To install the Laravel Last Activity package, just run the following Composer command from the root of your project.
composer require divineomega/laravel-last-activity
This package requires you to register middleware within
app\Http\Kernel.php file. You will need add the
middleware to every middleware group you wish to monitor
activity for, as shown below.
protected $middlewareGroups = [ 'web' => [ /* ... other web middleware ... */ \DivineOmega\LaravelLastActivity\Http\Middleware\LastActivity::class ], 'api' => [ /* ... other api middleware ... */ \DivineOmega\LaravelLastActivity\Http\Middleware\LastActivity::class ], ];
You also need to add the config file and migration to your project. To do so, simply run the following Artisan command.
php artisan vendor:publish --provider="DivineOmega\LaravelLastActivity\ServiceProvider"
You can then run the provided migration to add a
php artisan migrate
That's it. The
last_activity field within your
users will be
automatically updated whenever the user interacts with your application
via the web or API.
Alternative field name
If you do not wish to use
last_activity as the field name, this
can be changed in the provided migration. You will also need
to alter the configuration file
The published configuration file for this package can be found at
<?php return [ // Field in which the last activity date time will be stored. 'field' => 'last_activity', ];