Belich facades: Resources


It will return true orfalse, to know if the current resource can be accessed directly by system users.


It returns the information of the current resource, through a collection. The data it offers are:

  • name: The name of the pluralized and lowercase class, using the method routeResource().
  • controllerAction: It shows us the action that is taking place in the Controller, using the method routeAction().
  • fields: Collection with all updated form values (request values).
  • results: Collection with all the results of the database for the resource. If we are in the index view, it will return a resource list, while if we are in the views: show oredit, it will return the value for that resource based on its ID, and if we are in create, it will be an empty instance of the model.
  • values: It returns a collection with the following values:

    • class: class name.
    • displayInNavigation: bool.
    • group: name of the group to which the resource belongs (if applicable).
    • icon: icon (if applicable).
    • hideMetricsForScreens: array with the screen sizes to hide.
    • label: sigular label.
    • pluralLabel: plural label.
    • resource: resource name, lowercase and plural.


It will return true orfalse, to know if the current resource can be exported.


It tells us the redirection path, after an action: create, update, delete, ...


This method returns the second term of the route. The one that belongs to the current resource.

For example, if the current route is: dashboard.users.index, it will returnusers.


It returns the complete list of resources found in the directory: \ App \ Belich \ Resources \, returning a collection with the attributes of each resource.

They are the same that are obtained from the method: currentResource().

resourceClassPath($className = null)

Same as resourceName () but with the full path of the class: \App\Belich\Resources\User.

If we leave the $className variable, the method will return the current class.

We can add a custom class name, and it will return the full class path.


It returns the name of the current class. For example: User.


In the actions edit andshow, it will show us the ID of the current resource. In the rest, it will return the value: null.


It returns the complete url from a resource. For example, if we are in the resource: User, it will return us: