# Module Methods

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Get an entity from a specific module.

$module = Module::find('blog');

Get module name.


Get module name in lowercase.


Get module name in studlycase.


Get module path.


Get extra path.


Disable the specified module.


Enable the specified module.


Check if enabled:


Check if disabled:


Check if the status it true or false by passing true or false:

$module->IsStatus(false); //returns true if active false if is not active

You can also do a call in one go:


Only run the one liner if you've first checked the module exists otherwise you will get an error.

Delete the specified module.


Get an array of module requirements. Note: these should be aliases of the module.


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Maintained by David Carr follow on X @dcblogdev