How do I fetch comments with Laravel Pagination that are not redundant?

My main problem:

If user writes a comment and then decides to load more comments, he will get to see at least one redundant comment.


Via Laravel Pagination the script loads via Axios the last 10 items. After adding one comment and fetching again the next 10 items, the “order” is shifted of one element. Thus, getting one repeated element.

Tries to fix it:

First Try:
I tried with Array.prototype.includes() or Lodash Includes:

    return { items: [] };
    for(let item of newItems){
        if( ! _.includes( this.items, item ) ) this.items.push(item);

Occurring problems:

  1. Even though I seemingly have two of the same objects, I get in my console false if I check:

    $vm0.items[10] == $vm0.items[11] //False even though objects look the same, and actually are (looking to all properties)

    That is a huge problem, because Includes can’t find the redundant Object! I’ve no clue why these objects are saved differently. Perhaps because I fetch them over axios on two different timings?

  2. But even if it would work, after the user wrote for example 8 new comments, he would get only 2 new comments from the pagination (controller) back, but should get of course the next 10 comments.

Second Try

 * Fetch all relevant comments.
 * @param string $username
 * @param Selllink $selllink
public function index($username, $selllink)
    //Sellink gets the model of sell and loads all comments to that sell.
    //get me the latest first (we want to see the current comments)
    //take only 10 coments with paginatation

    return $selllink->sell->comments()
                ->offset($addedCommentsNumber??) //that can't work...

Occurring problems:
I cannot really offset the whole table. I need to offset the paginated ones and add the missing ones again.


There must be a much better way to do this. But I just don’t know how.

More details explanation (if needed):

I have a Vue Comment Component that fetches the data from my CommentController with Pagination:

methods: {
        url() {
            return `${location.pathname}/comments?page=${}`;
            this.dataSet = data;

If the users want to get more Comments, they just click on the “load more” button and I’m getting the comments loaded

model_function on backpack CRUD

Since I want my data to be encrypted in my database, how can I get this to be done using a model_function? I’ve manually encrypted prior to trying to do this and attempting to show the decrypted result on my edit page but to no avail?

I’ve currently got the following code for my controller:

    'name' => 'password',
    'label' => 'Password',
    'model_function' => 'decryptPassword'

And this for my model:

public function decryptPassword() {
    return decrypt($this->password);

How to validate this context? In the validate method()?

Context: When a user creates a new conference he needs to select a start and an end date for the conference and the user needs to enter an end date after the start date, that is, the end date needs to be after the start date.

To deal with this logic properly, do you know if we can use the laravel validate method in the store method or is not a good approach or not possible do with this method? If it is not adequate to do this in the validate method do you know how to properly do that?

ConferenceController store method:

public function store(Request $request)
        $this->validate($request, [
            'conference_name' => 'required|max:255|string',
            'conference_startDate' => 'required|date_format:d/m/Y',
            'conference_endDate' => 'required|date_format:d/m/Y',
        $conference = Conference::create([
            'nome' => $request->conference_name,
            'startDate' => Carbon::parse($request->conference_startDate),
            'endDate' => Carbon::parse($request->conference_endDate),

Html fields:

<div class="form-row">
    <div class="form-group col-md-6">
        <label for="conference_startDate">Stard Date</label>
        <div class="input-group date" data-provide="datepicker">
            <input type='text' onkeydown="event.preventDefault()"
                   name="conference_startDate" value="{{ old('conference_startDate') }}"
                   class="form-control" placeholder="DD/MM/YYY" />
            <span class="input-group-addon"><i class="fa fa-calendar text-primary" aria-hidden="true"></i></span>
    <div class="form-group col-md-6">
        <label for="conference_endDate">End Date</label>
        <div class="input-group date" data-provide="datepicker">
            <input type='text' class="form-control"
                   value="{{ old('conference_endDate') }}" name="conference_endDate" placeholder="DD/MM/YYY"/>
            <span class="input-group-addon"><i class="fa fa-calendar text-primary" aria-hidden="true"></i></span>

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Laravel ( i got an error, Object of class stdClass could not be converted to string):

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im using laravel 4.2 this is the error stack

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5. Illuminate\Exception\Handler handleError
4. array_merge
3. Illuminate\Foundation\ProviderRepository loadManifest
2. Illuminate\Foundation\ProviderRepository load
1. require
0. require_once

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