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Discussion on: Laravel Service Classes Explained

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Adan ϟ

This is awesome, thanks for sharing.

Something that I didn't see in the example is that the service shouldn't hold anything related with the request and response. If we want to validate the request input, we can do it in a request class. If there is something wrong inside the service method, we should let the controller know so the right http code can be thrown.

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Farhan Hasin Chowdhury Author

That just flew under the radar mate. If you look at the code examples, you'll see that I've used a request classes myself. It's just that I'm so used to using request classes, I completely forgot to mention them in the article. I'll update the article ASAP. 😊