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Laravel Model Lifecycle Events and How to use Observers in Laravel?

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Premiered May 22, 2019

#Laravel Eloquent Model fire several events that allow you to hook your code in a model’s lifecycle. There are 11 events in eloquent models lifecycle: retrieved, creating, created, updating, updated, saving, saved, deleting, deleted, restoring, and restored.
Laravel Observers are used to grouping all of your listeners into a single class. Observers classes have method names which reflect the Eloquent events that you want to listen.

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