E-commerce App Order Model

E-commerce App Order Model

    Here's E-commerce app order model. The app is buit using Flutter and Laravel api with Laravel backend. This order model could be used for the api and front end could be Flutter or React Native.

    To be able to work with this, make sure you have Order table in the database. If some of the methods are not used in the app tutorial you can remove them.

    namespace App\Models;
    use Illuminate\Database\Eloquent\Model;
    use Carbon\Carbon;
    use Encore\Admin\Traits\DefaultDatetimeFormat;
    class Order extends Model
        use DefaultDatetimeFormat;
        protected $casts = [
            'order_amount' => 'float',
            'total_tax_amount' => 'float',
            'delivery_address_id' => 'integer',
            'delivery_charge' => 'float',
            'user_id' => 'integer',
            'scheduled' => 'integer',
            'details_count' => 'integer',
            'created_at' => 'datetime',
            'updated_at' => 'datetime'
        public function setDeliveryChargeAttribute($value)
            $this->attributes['delivery_charge'] = round($value, 3);
        public function details()
            return $this->hasMany(OrderDetail::class);
           public function scopeNotpos($query)
            return $query->where('order_type', '<>' , 'pos');
            public function user()
            return $this->belongsTo(User::class, 'user_id');
            public function delivery_man()
            return $this->belongsTo(DeliveryMan::class, 'delivery_man_id');
        public function scopeOrderScheduledIn($query, $interval)
            return $query->where(function($query)use($interval){
                $query->whereRaw('created_at <> scheduled_at')->where(function($q) use ($interval) {
                $q->whereBetween('scheduled_at', [Carbon::now()->toDateTimeString(),Carbon::now()->addMinutes($interval)->toDateTimeString()]); 
            })->orWhereRaw('created_at = scheduled_at');
        public function Type(){
            return $this->hasOne(Type::class, 'type_id', 'type_id');


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