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Laravel Notify (Laravel 5 Package)

Notifications for Laravel 5. This is a simple package that extends Illuminate MessageBag. It provides a simple interface for displaying notifications.

Please note, to show notifications on redirect this uses session flashing, therefore the messages are only stored for 1 page redirect, not indefinitely.


Require this package with composer using the following command:

composer require coderjp/notify

Add the service provider to the providers array in config/app.php


Add the facade to the aliases array in config/app.php

'Notify'    => 'Coderjp\Notify\Facades\Notify',

Generate the config file for changing various settings. This can be found in config/notify.php.

php artisan vendor:publish --provider=Coderjp\\Notify\\NotifyServiceProvider


To add your own message types, add them to the types array in config/notify.php. By default the options are success, error, info.


Storing Notifications

Notifications can be either be displayed on redirect or on the current page.

To store a notification so it is displayed on the next redirect, call the type like so

Notify::success('The user was added!');
Notify::error('There was a problem adding the user, Please try again');
Notify::info('The user\'s password was changed');

To store a notification so it is displayed on the current page, call the type like so

Notify::successNow('The user was added!');
Notify::errorNow('There was a problem adding the user, Please try again');
Notify::infoNow('The user\'s password was changed');

Outputing Notifications

To output a certain type of notification

if (Notify::has('success')
    <div class="alert alert-success">
        @foreach(Notify::get('success') as $message)
            <li>{{ $message }}</li>

To output all/any

if (Notify::all())
    <div class="alert">
        @foreach(Notify::all() as $message)
            <li>{{ $message }}</li>


If you feel that this project should do more, please open a pull request or open an issue for future improvements / functionality.