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How to use Model events in Laravel, PHP?

Laravel eloquent has many events such as retrievedcreatingcreatedupdatingupdatedsavingsaveddeletingdeletedrestoringrestored and each event will be triggered at a particular moment in the model lifecycle.

retrieved

This event will dispatch when an existing model is fetched from the database.

creating / created

These events will dispatch when a new model is saved for the first time into the database.

updating / updated

These events will dispatch when an existing model is modified and when the save method is called.

saving / saved

These events will dispatch when a model is created or updated, even if the model’s attributes have not been changed.

deleting / deleted

These events will dispatch when an existing model is deleted and when the delete method is called.

restoring / restored

These events will dispatch when an existing soft deleted model is restored and when the restore method is called.

Event names ending with -ing are dispatched before any changes to the model are persisted, while events ending with -ed are dispatched after the changes to the model are persisted.

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