Query Builder whereAll() and whereAny() Methods Added to Laravel 10.47

The Laravel team released v10.47 this week, which added the whereAll and whereAny methods to the query builder, the ability to use sorting flags with the Collection sortByMany method, and more.

This week will likely be the last release to the 10.x branch before Laravel 11’s release on Tuesday, March 12th, 2024. Laravel 10 will continue to receive bug fixes until August 6th, 2024, and security fixes until February 4th, 2025.

New whereAll and whereAny query builder methods

@musiermoore contributed a new whereAll and whereAny methods to the query builder, along with orWhereAll and orWhereAny methods. These new methods can search against multiple columns using or or and logic

// Before using `orWhere`
User::query()
    ->where(function ($query) use ($search) {
    $query
        ->where('first_name', 'LIKE', $search)
        ->orWhere('last_name', 'LIKE', $search)
        ->orWhere('email', 'LIKE', $search)
        ->orWhere('phone', 'LIKE', $search);
    });

// Using `whereAny`
User::whereAny(
    [
        'first_name',
        'last_name',
        'email',
        'phone'
    ],
    'LIKE',
    "%$search%"
);

Here’s an example of using whereAll, in which all columns would need to match using AND:

$search = 'test';

User::whereAll([
    'first_name',
    'last_name',
    'email',
], 'LIKE', "%$search%");

/*
SELECT * FROM "users" WHERE (
  "first_name" LIKE "%test%" 
  AND "last_name" LIKE "%test%" 
  AND "email" LIKE "%test%"
)
*/

You can combine multiple like this using orWhereAll and orWhereAny methods.

Support Sort Option Flags on sortByMany Collections

Tim Withers contributed the ability to pass multiple sorting options to the Collection sortBy method. Before this update, you could accomplish this using multiple callables, but using PHP’s sorting flags:

// Pull Request before example
$this->campaigns = $campaigns
    ->with('folder', 'campaignCategory')
    ->get()
    ->sortBy([
        fn ($a, $b) => str($a->folder?->name)->lower() <=> str($b->folder?->name)->lower(),
        fn ($a, $b) => str($a->campaignCategory->name)->lower() <=> str($b->campaignCategory->name)->lower(),
        fn ($a, $b) => str($a->name)->lower() <=> str($b->name)->lower(),
    ])

// Using sorting flags
$this->campaigns = $campaigns
    ->with('folder', 'campaignCategory')
    ->get()
    ->sortBy(['folder.name', 'campaignCategory.name', 'name'], SORT_NATURAL | SORT_FLAG_CASE)

You can learn more about sorting flags from the sort function in the PHP manual.

Set $failOnTimeout on Queue Listeners

Saeed Hosseini contributed the ability to set the $failOnTimeout property on the queue job that indicates if the job should fail if the timeout is exceeded:

class UpdateSearchIndex implements ShouldQueue
{
    public $failOnTimeout = false;
}

Release notes

You can see the complete list of new features and updates below and the diff between 10.46.0 and 10.47.0 on GitHub. The following release notes are directly from the changelog:

v10.47.0


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