Represents the transport class of events across the system. It receives a name, subject and an optional payload. The name can be any string that uniquely identifies the event across the application, while the subject represents the object that the event applies to.
getData( string|null $key = null )
Accesses the event data/payload.
The data payload if $key is null, or the data value for the given $key. If the $key does not exist a null value is returned.
Returns the name of this event. This is usually used as the event identifier.
The result value of the event listeners.
Returns the subject of this event.
Checks if the event is stopped.
setData( array|string $key , mixed $value = null )
Assigns a value to the data/payload of this event.
setResult( mixed $value = null )
Listeners can attach a result value to the event.
Stops the event from being used anymore.
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