Laravel - Mutators / Casts - Custom Casts

Laravel has a variety of built-in, helpful cast types; however, you may occasionally need to define your own cast types. You may accomplish this by defining a class that implements the CastsAttributes interface.

Classes that implement this interface must define a get and set method. The get method is responsible for transforming a raw value from the database into a cast value, while the set method should transform a cast value into a raw value that can be stored in the database. As an example, we will re-implement the built-in json cast type as a custom cast type:

    
    

Once you have defined a custom cast type, you may attach it to a model attribute using its class name:

    
     Json::class,
        ];
    }