Paginação DataTables AJAX com Pesquisa e Classificação no CodeIgniter4

DataTables é um plugin jQuery amplamente utilizado para paginação. Após a inicialização, ele adiciona uma caixa de pesquisa e uma classificação de coluna na coluna de cabeçalho.

Permite adicionar paginação com e sem AJAX.

Neste tutorial, mostro como você pode implementar a paginação DataTables AJAX com pesquisa e classificação no projeto CodeIgniter 4.

1. Configuração do banco de dados

  • Abra .envo arquivo que está disponível na raiz do projeto.

NOTA – Se o ponto (.) não for adicionado no início, renomeie o arquivo para .env.

  • Remova # do início de database.default.hostname, database.default.database, database.default.username, database.default.passworde database.default.DBDriver.
  • Atualize a configuração e salve-a.
database.default.hostname = 127.0.0.1
database.default.database = testdb
database.default.username = root
database.default.password = 
database.default.DBDriver = MySQLi

2. Ativar CSRF

  • Novamente abra .envo arquivo.
  • Remova # do início do security.tokenName, security.headerName, security.cookieName, security.expires, security.regeneratee security.samesite.
  • Eu atualizo o security.tokenNamevalor com 'csrf_hash_name'. Com este nome leia o hash CSRF. Você pode atualizá-lo com qualquer outro valor.
  • Se você não deseja gerar novamente o hash CSRF após cada solicitação AJAX, defina security.regenerate = false.
security.tokenName = 'csrf_hash_name' 
security.headerName = 'X-CSRF-TOKEN' 
security.cookieName = 'csrf_cookie_name' 
security.expires = 7200 
security.regenerate = true 
security.redirect = true 
security.samesite = 'Lax'
  • Abrir app/Config/Filters.phparquivo.
  • Descomente em 'csrf'se 'before'comentado.
// Always applied before every request
public $globals = [
    'before' => [
       //'honeypot'
       'csrf',
    ],
    'after' => [
       'toolbar',
       //'honeypot'
    ],
];

3. Criar Tabela

  • Crie uma nova tabela usersusando a migração.
php spark migrate:create create_users_table
  • Agora, navegue até a app/Database/Migrations/pasta da raiz do projeto.
  • Encontre um arquivo PHP que termine com create_users_tablee abra-o.
  • Defina a estrutura da tabela no up()método.
  • Usando o down()método delete userstable que chama ao desfazer a migração.
<?php namespace App\Database\Migrations;

use CodeIgniter\Database\Migration;

class CreateUsersTable extends Migration
{
    public function up() {
       $this->forge->addField([
          'id' => [
              'type' => 'INT',
              'constraint' => 5,
              'unsigned' => true,
              'auto_increment' => true,
          ],
          'name' => [
              'type' => 'VARCHAR',
              'constraint' => '100',
          ],
          'email' => [
              'type' => 'VARCHAR',
              'constraint' => '100',
          ],
          'city' => [
              'type' => 'VARCHAR',
              'constraint' => '100',
          ],
       ]);
       $this->forge->addKey('id', true);
       $this->forge->createTable('users');
    }

    //--------------------------------------------------------------------

    public function down() {
       $this->forge->dropTable('users');
    }
}
  • Execute a migração –
php spark migrate

4. Baixe DataTables

  • Baixe o plug-in Datatables aqui .
  • Extraia-o na public/pasta na raiz.
  • Estou usando CDN no exemplo –
<!-- Datatable CSS -->
<link rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" href="https://cdn.datatables.net/v/dt/dt-1.10.24/datatables.min.css"/>

<!-- jQuery Library -->
<script src="https://ajax.googleapis.com/ajax/libs/jquery/3.5.1/jquery.min.js"></script>

<!-- Datatable JS -->
<script src="https://cdn.datatables.net/v/dt/dt-1.10.24/datatables.min.js"></script>

5. Modelo

  • Criar Modelo de Usuários -
php spark make:model Users
  • Abrir  app/Models/Users.phparquivo.
  • Em  $allowedFields Array, especifique os nomes dos campos –  ['name','email','city'] que podem ser definidos durante a inserção e atualização.

Código concluído

<?php

namespace App\Models;

use CodeIgniter\Model;

class Users extends Model
{
     protected $DBGroup = 'default';
     protected $table = 'users';
     protected $primaryKey = 'id';
     protected $useAutoIncrement = true;
     protected $insertID = 0;
     protected $returnType = 'array';
     protected $useSoftDeletes = false;
     protected $protectFields = true;
     protected $allowedFields = ['name','email','city'];

     // Dates
     protected $useTimestamps = false;
     protected $dateFormat = 'datetime';
     protected $createdField = 'created_at';
     protected $updatedField = 'updated_at';
     protected $deletedField = 'deleted_at';

     // Validation
     protected $validationRules = [];
     protected $validationMessages = [];
     protected $skipValidation = false;
     protected $cleanValidationRules = true;

    // Callbacks
    protected $allowCallbacks = true;
    protected $beforeInsert = [];
    protected $afterInsert = [];
    protected $beforeUpdate = [];
    protected $afterUpdate = [];
    protected $beforeFind = [];
    protected $afterFind = [];
    protected $beforeDelete = [];
    protected $afterDelete = [];
}

6. Rota

  • Abrir app/Config/Routes.phparquivo.
  • Defina 2 rotas –
    • /
    • users/getUsers – É usado para carregar dados DataTable.

Código concluído

$routes->get('/', 'UsersController::index');
$routes->post('users/getUsers', 'UsersController::getUsers');

7. Controlador

  • Criar UsersControllercontrolador -
php spark make:controller UsersController
  • Abrir app/Controllers/UsersController.phparquivo.
  • Importar  Users Modelo.
  • Crie 2 métodos –
    • index() – Carregar indexvisualização.
    • getUsers() – Este método é usado para lidar com solicitações DataTables AJAX.

Leia os valores POST e atribua à $postDatavariável. Atribua dados da tabela de dados à $dtpostDatavariável.

Leia os valores de postagem da tabela de dados $dtpostDatae atribua-os às variáveis.

Conte o número de registros com e sem filtro de pesquisa da 'users'tabela e atribua à variável $totalRecordse .$totalRecordwithFilter

Busque registros da 'users'tabela onde especifique o filtro de pesquisa, ordenar por e limite.

Faça um loop nos dados buscados e inicialize $dataArray com as chaves especificadas na 'columns'opção ao inicializar dataTable.

Inicialize $responseo Array com os valores necessários. Aqui, especifique também a 'token'chave para armazenar o novo hash do token CSRF.

Matriz de retorno $responseno formato JSON.

Código concluído

<?php namespace App\Controllers;

use App\Controllers\BaseController;
use App\Models\Users;

class UsersController extends BaseController{

   public function index(){
     return view('index');
   }

   public function getUsers(){

     $request = service('request');
     $postData = $request->getPost();
     $dtpostData = $postData['data'];
     $response = array();

     ## Read value
     $draw = $dtpostData['draw'];
     $start = $dtpostData['start'];
     $rowperpage = $dtpostData['length']; // Rows display per page
     $columnIndex = $dtpostData['order'][0]['column']; // Column index
     $columnName = $dtpostData['columns'][$columnIndex]['data']; // Column name
     $columnSortOrder = $dtpostData['order'][0]['dir']; // asc or desc
     $searchValue = $dtpostData['search']['value']; // Search value

     ## Total number of records without filtering
     $users = new Users();
     $totalRecords = $users->select('id')
                     ->countAllResults();

     ## Total number of records with filtering
     $totalRecordwithFilter = $users->select('id')
            ->orLike('name', $searchValue)
            ->orLike('email', $searchValue)
            ->orLike('city', $searchValue)
            ->countAllResults();

     ## Fetch records
     $records = $users->select('*')
            ->orLike('name', $searchValue)
            ->orLike('email', $searchValue)
            ->orLike('city', $searchValue)
            ->orderBy($columnName,$columnSortOrder)
            ->findAll($rowperpage, $start);

     $data = array();

     foreach($records as $record ){

        $data[] = array( 
           "id"=>$record['id'],
           "name"=>$record['name'],
           "email"=>$record['email'],
           "city"=>$record['city']
        ); 
     }

     ## Response
     $response = array(
        "draw" => intval($draw),
        "iTotalRecords" => $totalRecords,
        "iTotalDisplayRecords" => $totalRecordwithFilter,
        "aaData" => $data,
        "token" => csrf_hash() // New token hash
     );

     return $this->response->setJSON($response);
   }
}

8. Visualizar

Criar  index.php arquivo em  app/Views/.

Crie um elemento oculto para armazenar o nome do token CSRF especificado no  .env arquivo no  name atributo e armazene o hash CSRF no  value atributo.

<input type="hidden" class="txt_csrfname" name="<?= csrf_token() ?>" value="<?= csrf_hash() ?>" />

Crie um <table id='userTable' >para inicializar dataTables.

Roteiro - 

Inicialize dataTables em #userTable. Definir opções –  'processing': true, 'serverSide': true, 'serverMethod': 'post'.

Envie solicitação AJAX para <?=site_url('users/getUsers')?>. Com 'data'opção passar token CSRF com dados dataTable.

Com 'dataSrc'resposta de retorno de dados de manipulação de opção. Atualize o hash do token e retorne data.addData.

A opção With  'columns'especifica os nomes de chave que precisam ser lidos na resposta AJAX.

Código concluído

<!DOCTYPE html>
<html>
<head>
   <title>DataTables AJAX Pagination with Search and Sort in CodeIgniter 4</title>

   <meta name="viewport" content="width=device-width, initial-scale=1.0">

   <!-- Datatable CSS -->
   <link rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" href="https://cdn.datatables.net/v/dt/dt-1.10.24/datatables.min.css"/>

   <!-- jQuery Library -->
   <script src="https://ajax.googleapis.com/ajax/libs/jquery/3.5.1/jquery.min.js"></script>

   <!-- Datatable JS -->
   <script src="https://cdn.datatables.net/v/dt/dt-1.10.24/datatables.min.js"></script>

</head>
<body>

   <!-- CSRF token --> 
   <input type="hidden" class="txt_csrfname" name="<?= csrf_token() ?>" value="<?= csrf_hash() ?>" />

   <!-- Table -->
   <table id='userTable' class='display dataTable'>

     <thead>
       <tr>
         <th>ID</th>
         <th>Name</th>
         <th>Email</th>
         <th>City</th>
       </tr>
     </thead>

   </table>

   <!-- Script -->
   <script type="text/javascript">
   $(document).ready(function(){
      $('#userTable').DataTable({
         'processing': true,
         'serverSide': true,
         'serverMethod': 'post',
         'ajax': {
            'url':"<?=site_url('users/getUsers')?>",
            'data': function(data){
               // CSRF Hash
               var csrfName = $('.txt_csrfname').attr('name'); // CSRF Token name
               var csrfHash = $('.txt_csrfname').val(); // CSRF hash

               return {
                  data: data,
                  [csrfName]: csrfHash // CSRF Token
               };
            },
            dataSrc: function(data){

              // Update token hash
              $('.txt_csrfname').val(data.token);

              // Datatable data
              return data.aaData;
            }
         },
         'columns': [
            { data: 'id' },
            { data: 'name' },
            { data: 'email' },
            { data: 'city' },
         ]
      });
   });
   </script>
</body>
</html>

9. Execução e demonstração

  • Navegue até o projeto usando o Prompt de Comando se estiver no Windows ou no terminal se estiver no Mac ou Linux e
  • Execute o comando “php spark serve”.
php spark serve
  • Execute  http://localhost:8080 no navegador da web.

Ver demonstração


10. Conclusão

Se o token CSRF não estiver habilitado em seu projeto, não será necessário passar o token CSRF com a 'data'opção e remover a 'dataSrc'opção em 'ajax'. Além disso, remova a 'token'chave da matriz de resposta da tabela de dados no controlador.

Use a 'data'opção in 'ajax'para enviar dados adicionais.

Fonte:  https://makitweb.com

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Paginação DataTables AJAX com Pesquisa e Classificação no CodeIgniter4

Paginação DataTables AJAX com Pesquisa e Classificação no CodeIgniter4

DataTables é um plugin jQuery amplamente utilizado para paginação. Após a inicialização, ele adiciona uma caixa de pesquisa e uma classificação de coluna na coluna de cabeçalho.

Permite adicionar paginação com e sem AJAX.

Neste tutorial, mostro como você pode implementar a paginação DataTables AJAX com pesquisa e classificação no projeto CodeIgniter 4.

1. Configuração do banco de dados

  • Abra .envo arquivo que está disponível na raiz do projeto.

NOTA – Se o ponto (.) não for adicionado no início, renomeie o arquivo para .env.

  • Remova # do início de database.default.hostname, database.default.database, database.default.username, database.default.passworde database.default.DBDriver.
  • Atualize a configuração e salve-a.
database.default.hostname = 127.0.0.1
database.default.database = testdb
database.default.username = root
database.default.password = 
database.default.DBDriver = MySQLi

2. Ativar CSRF

  • Novamente abra .envo arquivo.
  • Remova # do início do security.tokenName, security.headerName, security.cookieName, security.expires, security.regeneratee security.samesite.
  • Eu atualizo o security.tokenNamevalor com 'csrf_hash_name'. Com este nome leia o hash CSRF. Você pode atualizá-lo com qualquer outro valor.
  • Se você não deseja gerar novamente o hash CSRF após cada solicitação AJAX, defina security.regenerate = false.
security.tokenName = 'csrf_hash_name' 
security.headerName = 'X-CSRF-TOKEN' 
security.cookieName = 'csrf_cookie_name' 
security.expires = 7200 
security.regenerate = true 
security.redirect = true 
security.samesite = 'Lax'
  • Abrir app/Config/Filters.phparquivo.
  • Descomente em 'csrf'se 'before'comentado.
// Always applied before every request
public $globals = [
    'before' => [
       //'honeypot'
       'csrf',
    ],
    'after' => [
       'toolbar',
       //'honeypot'
    ],
];

3. Criar Tabela

  • Crie uma nova tabela usersusando a migração.
php spark migrate:create create_users_table
  • Agora, navegue até a app/Database/Migrations/pasta da raiz do projeto.
  • Encontre um arquivo PHP que termine com create_users_tablee abra-o.
  • Defina a estrutura da tabela no up()método.
  • Usando o down()método delete userstable que chama ao desfazer a migração.
<?php namespace App\Database\Migrations;

use CodeIgniter\Database\Migration;

class CreateUsersTable extends Migration
{
    public function up() {
       $this->forge->addField([
          'id' => [
              'type' => 'INT',
              'constraint' => 5,
              'unsigned' => true,
              'auto_increment' => true,
          ],
          'name' => [
              'type' => 'VARCHAR',
              'constraint' => '100',
          ],
          'email' => [
              'type' => 'VARCHAR',
              'constraint' => '100',
          ],
          'city' => [
              'type' => 'VARCHAR',
              'constraint' => '100',
          ],
       ]);
       $this->forge->addKey('id', true);
       $this->forge->createTable('users');
    }

    //--------------------------------------------------------------------

    public function down() {
       $this->forge->dropTable('users');
    }
}
  • Execute a migração –
php spark migrate

4. Baixe DataTables

  • Baixe o plug-in Datatables aqui .
  • Extraia-o na public/pasta na raiz.
  • Estou usando CDN no exemplo –
<!-- Datatable CSS -->
<link rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" href="https://cdn.datatables.net/v/dt/dt-1.10.24/datatables.min.css"/>

<!-- jQuery Library -->
<script src="https://ajax.googleapis.com/ajax/libs/jquery/3.5.1/jquery.min.js"></script>

<!-- Datatable JS -->
<script src="https://cdn.datatables.net/v/dt/dt-1.10.24/datatables.min.js"></script>

5. Modelo

  • Criar Modelo de Usuários -
php spark make:model Users
  • Abrir  app/Models/Users.phparquivo.
  • Em  $allowedFields Array, especifique os nomes dos campos –  ['name','email','city'] que podem ser definidos durante a inserção e atualização.

Código concluído

<?php

namespace App\Models;

use CodeIgniter\Model;

class Users extends Model
{
     protected $DBGroup = 'default';
     protected $table = 'users';
     protected $primaryKey = 'id';
     protected $useAutoIncrement = true;
     protected $insertID = 0;
     protected $returnType = 'array';
     protected $useSoftDeletes = false;
     protected $protectFields = true;
     protected $allowedFields = ['name','email','city'];

     // Dates
     protected $useTimestamps = false;
     protected $dateFormat = 'datetime';
     protected $createdField = 'created_at';
     protected $updatedField = 'updated_at';
     protected $deletedField = 'deleted_at';

     // Validation
     protected $validationRules = [];
     protected $validationMessages = [];
     protected $skipValidation = false;
     protected $cleanValidationRules = true;

    // Callbacks
    protected $allowCallbacks = true;
    protected $beforeInsert = [];
    protected $afterInsert = [];
    protected $beforeUpdate = [];
    protected $afterUpdate = [];
    protected $beforeFind = [];
    protected $afterFind = [];
    protected $beforeDelete = [];
    protected $afterDelete = [];
}

6. Rota

  • Abrir app/Config/Routes.phparquivo.
  • Defina 2 rotas –
    • /
    • users/getUsers – É usado para carregar dados DataTable.

Código concluído

$routes->get('/', 'UsersController::index');
$routes->post('users/getUsers', 'UsersController::getUsers');

7. Controlador

  • Criar UsersControllercontrolador -
php spark make:controller UsersController
  • Abrir app/Controllers/UsersController.phparquivo.
  • Importar  Users Modelo.
  • Crie 2 métodos –
    • index() – Carregar indexvisualização.
    • getUsers() – Este método é usado para lidar com solicitações DataTables AJAX.

Leia os valores POST e atribua à $postDatavariável. Atribua dados da tabela de dados à $dtpostDatavariável.

Leia os valores de postagem da tabela de dados $dtpostDatae atribua-os às variáveis.

Conte o número de registros com e sem filtro de pesquisa da 'users'tabela e atribua à variável $totalRecordse .$totalRecordwithFilter

Busque registros da 'users'tabela onde especifique o filtro de pesquisa, ordenar por e limite.

Faça um loop nos dados buscados e inicialize $dataArray com as chaves especificadas na 'columns'opção ao inicializar dataTable.

Inicialize $responseo Array com os valores necessários. Aqui, especifique também a 'token'chave para armazenar o novo hash do token CSRF.

Matriz de retorno $responseno formato JSON.

Código concluído

<?php namespace App\Controllers;

use App\Controllers\BaseController;
use App\Models\Users;

class UsersController extends BaseController{

   public function index(){
     return view('index');
   }

   public function getUsers(){

     $request = service('request');
     $postData = $request->getPost();
     $dtpostData = $postData['data'];
     $response = array();

     ## Read value
     $draw = $dtpostData['draw'];
     $start = $dtpostData['start'];
     $rowperpage = $dtpostData['length']; // Rows display per page
     $columnIndex = $dtpostData['order'][0]['column']; // Column index
     $columnName = $dtpostData['columns'][$columnIndex]['data']; // Column name
     $columnSortOrder = $dtpostData['order'][0]['dir']; // asc or desc
     $searchValue = $dtpostData['search']['value']; // Search value

     ## Total number of records without filtering
     $users = new Users();
     $totalRecords = $users->select('id')
                     ->countAllResults();

     ## Total number of records with filtering
     $totalRecordwithFilter = $users->select('id')
            ->orLike('name', $searchValue)
            ->orLike('email', $searchValue)
            ->orLike('city', $searchValue)
            ->countAllResults();

     ## Fetch records
     $records = $users->select('*')
            ->orLike('name', $searchValue)
            ->orLike('email', $searchValue)
            ->orLike('city', $searchValue)
            ->orderBy($columnName,$columnSortOrder)
            ->findAll($rowperpage, $start);

     $data = array();

     foreach($records as $record ){

        $data[] = array( 
           "id"=>$record['id'],
           "name"=>$record['name'],
           "email"=>$record['email'],
           "city"=>$record['city']
        ); 
     }

     ## Response
     $response = array(
        "draw" => intval($draw),
        "iTotalRecords" => $totalRecords,
        "iTotalDisplayRecords" => $totalRecordwithFilter,
        "aaData" => $data,
        "token" => csrf_hash() // New token hash
     );

     return $this->response->setJSON($response);
   }
}

8. Visualizar

Criar  index.php arquivo em  app/Views/.

Crie um elemento oculto para armazenar o nome do token CSRF especificado no  .env arquivo no  name atributo e armazene o hash CSRF no  value atributo.

<input type="hidden" class="txt_csrfname" name="<?= csrf_token() ?>" value="<?= csrf_hash() ?>" />

Crie um <table id='userTable' >para inicializar dataTables.

Roteiro - 

Inicialize dataTables em #userTable. Definir opções –  'processing': true, 'serverSide': true, 'serverMethod': 'post'.

Envie solicitação AJAX para <?=site_url('users/getUsers')?>. Com 'data'opção passar token CSRF com dados dataTable.

Com 'dataSrc'resposta de retorno de dados de manipulação de opção. Atualize o hash do token e retorne data.addData.

A opção With  'columns'especifica os nomes de chave que precisam ser lidos na resposta AJAX.

Código concluído

<!DOCTYPE html>
<html>
<head>
   <title>DataTables AJAX Pagination with Search and Sort in CodeIgniter 4</title>

   <meta name="viewport" content="width=device-width, initial-scale=1.0">

   <!-- Datatable CSS -->
   <link rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" href="https://cdn.datatables.net/v/dt/dt-1.10.24/datatables.min.css"/>

   <!-- jQuery Library -->
   <script src="https://ajax.googleapis.com/ajax/libs/jquery/3.5.1/jquery.min.js"></script>

   <!-- Datatable JS -->
   <script src="https://cdn.datatables.net/v/dt/dt-1.10.24/datatables.min.js"></script>

</head>
<body>

   <!-- CSRF token --> 
   <input type="hidden" class="txt_csrfname" name="<?= csrf_token() ?>" value="<?= csrf_hash() ?>" />

   <!-- Table -->
   <table id='userTable' class='display dataTable'>

     <thead>
       <tr>
         <th>ID</th>
         <th>Name</th>
         <th>Email</th>
         <th>City</th>
       </tr>
     </thead>

   </table>

   <!-- Script -->
   <script type="text/javascript">
   $(document).ready(function(){
      $('#userTable').DataTable({
         'processing': true,
         'serverSide': true,
         'serverMethod': 'post',
         'ajax': {
            'url':"<?=site_url('users/getUsers')?>",
            'data': function(data){
               // CSRF Hash
               var csrfName = $('.txt_csrfname').attr('name'); // CSRF Token name
               var csrfHash = $('.txt_csrfname').val(); // CSRF hash

               return {
                  data: data,
                  [csrfName]: csrfHash // CSRF Token
               };
            },
            dataSrc: function(data){

              // Update token hash
              $('.txt_csrfname').val(data.token);

              // Datatable data
              return data.aaData;
            }
         },
         'columns': [
            { data: 'id' },
            { data: 'name' },
            { data: 'email' },
            { data: 'city' },
         ]
      });
   });
   </script>
</body>
</html>

9. Execução e demonstração

  • Navegue até o projeto usando o Prompt de Comando se estiver no Windows ou no terminal se estiver no Mac ou Linux e
  • Execute o comando “php spark serve”.
php spark serve
  • Execute  http://localhost:8080 no navegador da web.

Ver demonstração


10. Conclusão

Se o token CSRF não estiver habilitado em seu projeto, não será necessário passar o token CSRF com a 'data'opção e remover a 'dataSrc'opção em 'ajax'. Além disso, remova a 'token'chave da matriz de resposta da tabela de dados no controlador.

Use a 'data'opção in 'ajax'para enviar dados adicionais.

Fonte:  https://makitweb.com

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Laravel 7 Crud using Datatables

yajra datatables crud with ajax in laravel 7. In this post, i will show you how to create crud using datatable in laravel with ajax and model.

Now, i am going to show you how to install and use datatables in laravel 7 application. i will use jquery ajax crud with modals using datatables js in laravel 7. i will write easy code of jquery ajax request for crud with yajra datatable.

Laravel 7 DataTable CRUD Example

Use the below steps and create yajra DataTables crud with ajax in laravel:

Step 1: Install Laravel App For DataTable Crud
Step 2: Configuration .evn file
Step 3: Run Migration
Step 4: Install Yajra DataTables Package
Step 5: Add Fake Data into Database table
Step 6: Add Datatable Ajax Route
Stpe 7: Create DataTableController
Step 8: Create Ajax Datatable Blade View
Step 9: Start Development Server

https://www.tutsmake.com/laravel-7-6-install-yajra-datatables-example-tutorial/

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First of all, you must visit the official portal at [www.priviabillpay.com](https://sites.google.com/view/www-quickpayportal-com/ "www.priviabillpay.com")

In the box, fill out the QuickPay Code and tap Make a Payment.

You will be redirected to a page showing all your current rates.

Now select the fees you want to pay and click the check box that you want to accept quickly.

Finally, click on the payment option button.

Your payment details will be asked on the screen.

Fill out the field required and submit your payment.

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The E-Scooters Wave Is Coming: Steer Your Business To Success

E-scooters are becoming more and more familiar. The compactness, coupled with the skill of evading jam-packed traffics, makes the fast-paced world lean towards this micro-mobility innovation. Besides, with COVID-19 propelling the need for safety and privacy, you do not have drivers in an E-scooters ecosystem! With the system being entirely automated, people can smart-lock and unlock E-scooters without any hassle.

Various top manufacturers are spending quality hours exhaustively on their R&D to shift from fuel-led automobiles to electric power-generating vehicles. Although people hesitate to make investments when it comes to buying an e-vehicle, using such vehicles for commuting is no big deal. If you’re an entrepreneur aiming to launch an Uber for E-Scooters app, now is the time to roll up your sleeves as E-scooters are being legalized in numerous countries, including New York.

Now, let’s discuss the remunerative advantages of E-scooters and why entrepreneurs needn’t hesitate to initiate their E-scooter App development.

Lucrative Benefits of E-Scooters

Outplay traffic effortlessly: One of the main concerns of people worldwide is not reaching the destination on time due to prolonged traffic. With four-wheelers becoming more predominant, the situation is steeping towards the worsening phase. With its compact nature, E-scooters can help people sail past traffic without a sweat. This way, people conserve and utilize their time efficiently.

The environmental impact: As simple as it may sound, automobiles pollute the environment on a massive scale. It is high-time people raise their concerns against environmental degradation. E-scooters are the best alternatives from the environmental perspective. These scooters run on a 500W electric motor, eliminating any form of pollution.

Inexpensive in every aspect: The maintenance and fuel costs of automobiles is way too high as vehicles get older. However, with an E-scooter, all it takes is a rechargeable battery with less or no maintenance at all. Moreover, entrepreneurs get to enhance their profits seamlessly, even after providing economical rides to passengers. There’s only an initial investment cost that an entrepreneur needs to take care of.

The 5-Step Workflow of an E-Scooters App

While building a smartphone application, it is essential to focus on the platform’s workflow. An E-scooter app with a user-friendly architecture and immersive workflow can create an instant impact among the audience. Let’s discuss the simple yet intuitive 5-step workflow here,

  • Users register with the platform and locate E-scooters nearby by enabling their location preferences.

  • Users choose their best-suited E-scooters based on numerous metrics like pricing, battery capacity, ratings, etc.

  • Users unlock the vehicle by scanning the QR code. They initiate their trip and drive towards their destination.

  • Upon reaching the destination, users park the E-scooters securely and smart-lock the vehicle.

  • The app displays the total fare with a detailed breakdown. Users pay the amount via a multitude of payment gateways and share their experience in the form of ratings & reviews.

Features that make the E-Scooter app stand apart

Apps like Lime, Bird, etc., have already set a benchmark when it comes to the E-Scooter app market. You need USPs to lure customer attention. Some of the unique elements worth-considering include,

  • QR scanning - To initiate and terminate rides.

  • In-app wallet - To pay for rides effortlessly.

  • Multi-lingual support - To access the app in the customers’ preferred language.

  • Schedule bookings - To book rides well-in-advance.

  • In-app chat/call - To establish a connection between the support team and users.

  • VoIP-based Call masking - To mask users’ contact details.

  • Geofencing - To map virtual boundaries and keep an eye on E-scooters.

Capitalize on the growing market

Establishing your E-Scooters Rental app at the spur of the moment is highly essential if you wish to scale your business in the shortest possible time. Some of the reasons to initiate your app development right away include,

The unexplored market: The E-Scooter market is still in its nascent stages. Rolling out an app with the right feature-set and approach can help you yield unrestricted revenue.

Competitors are experiencing massive growth: Apps like Lime, Bird, etc., witness unprecedented growth in the past few years. Lime was valued at $2.4 billion in 2019. On the other hand, Bird has spread across 100 cities in Europe. With competitors reaping profits, it is high-time entrepreneurs needn’t hesitate to invest in this business opportunity.

The ‘E’ shift among customers: People are gradually moving towards e-vehicles as a measure to conserve time and environment. By rolling out an on-demand app for E-scooters that is economical, people will inevitably turn towards your platform for the daily commute.

Conclusion

In this modern world, saving time and energy is the need of the hour. Add to that the indispensable role of conserving the environment. E-scooters cater to all these aspects comprehensively. Make the most out of the situation and have no second thoughts about initiating your E-Scooter app development.

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