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by Franky So • 28 stars

Action Table builder

import without the need to do templates. all you have to do is drag and drop and match the fields and columns of your file, and let the magic happens!

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License

MIT

Documentation

Filament Plugin for Import CSV and XLS into Database

This package will make it easier for you to import files to your model, very easily without the need to do templates.

all you have to do is drag and drop and match the fields and columns of your file, and let the magic happens!

Installation

You can install the package via composer:

composer require konnco/filament-import

Publishing Config

If you want to do the settings manually, please publish the existing config.

php artisan vendor:publish --tag=filament-import-config

Usage

import the actions into ListRecords page

use Konnco\FilamentImport\Actions\ImportAction;
use Konnco\FilamentImport\ImportField;
 
class ListCredentialDatabases extends ListRecords
{
protected static string $resource = CredentialDatabaseResource::class;
 
protected function getActions(): array
{
return [
ImportAction::make()
->fields([
ImportField::make('project')
->label('Project')
->helperText('Define as project helper'),
ImportField::make('manager')
->label('Manager'),
])
];
}
}

Required Field

protected function getActions(): array
{
return [
ImportAction::make()
->fields([
ImportField::make('project')
->label('Project')
->required(),
])
];
}

Disable Mass Create

if you still want to stick with the event model you might need this and turn off mass create

protected function getActions(): array
{
return [
ImportAction::make()
->massCreate(false)
->fields([
ImportField::make('project')
->label('Project')
->required(),
])
];
}

Mutate Data

you can also manipulate data from row spreadsheet before saving to model

protected function getActions(): array
{
return [
ImportAction::make()
->fields([
ImportField::make('project')
->label('Project')
->mutateBeforeCreate(fn($string) => Str::of($string)->camelCase())
->required(),
])
];
}

Grid Column

Of course, you can divide the column grid into several parts to beautify the appearance of the data map

protected function getActions(): array
{
return [
ImportAction::make()
->fields([
ImportField::make('project')
->label('Project')
->required(),
], columns:2)
];
}

Json Format Field

We also support the json format field, which you can set when calling the make function and separate the name with a dot annotation

protected function getActions(): array
{
return [
ImportAction::make()
->fields([
ImportField::make('project.en')
->label('Project In English')
->required(),
ImportField::make('project.id')
->label('Project in Indonesia')
->required(),
], columns:2)
];
}

Testing

composer test