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Se la tabella del DB non contiene i campi timestamp created_at e updated_at, si può specificare che il modello Eloquent non li userà, con la proprietà $timestamps = false.

class Article extends Model
    public $timestamps = false;


Se si vuole incrementare una colonna del DB in una tabella, basta usare la funzione increment(). Inoltre, è possibile incrementare non solo di 1, ma anche di un certo numero, ad esempio 50.

User::find($user_id)->increment('points', 50);


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