The package can be installed via composer:
composer require kevindierkx/laravel-domain-localization
This package implements Laravel's Package Discovery, no further changes are needed to your application configurations. For more information please refer to the Laravel documentation.
|8.x||^7.4 || ^8.0||>= 4.2|
Supported locales are defined in the package configuration file. Desired locales can be added or removed after publishing the package configuration file.
In order to edit the default configuration you need to publish the package configuration to your application config directory:
php artisan vendor:publish --provider="Kevindierkx\LaravelDomainLocalization\LocalizationServiceProvider"
The config file will be published to
config/domain-localization.php in your application directory. Please refer to the config file for an overview of the available options.
Please note: When a desired locale isn't present in the supported locales config an exception will be thrown.
The provided middleware enables dynamically setting the current application locale. To enable this behavior the middleware needs to be registered in the application's middleware array, found in the
protected $middleware = [ ... \Kevindierkx\LaravelDomainLocalization\Middleware\SetupLocaleMiddleware::class, ];
For example, when you add the dutch locale
nl the user could access two different locales, using the following addresses:
Please note: It is not required to use the middleware on all routes. The
Localization service provides a variety of helper methods to resolve a matching locale from an URL.