Laravel Blade is the template engine that’s built into the framework. It makes working with HTML a breeze. I have been working with Laravel for more than a year, but never realized some of Blade’s features. I want to share with you 10 underused blade directives that will clean up your code and save some time in the process. Let’s get going.

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@forelse

10 Underused Laravel Blade Directives - @foreach

@each

10 Underused Laravel Blade Directives - @each

@json

10 Underused Laravel Blade Directives - @json

@verbatim

10 Underused Laravel Blade Directives - @verbatim

@isset & @ empty

10 Underused Laravel Blade Directives - @isset & @ empty

@php

10 Underused Laravel Blade Directives - @php

@push & @stack

10 Underused Laravel Blade Directives - @push & @stack

@inject

10 Underused Laravel Blade Directives - @inject

@includeWhen

10 Underused Laravel Blade Directives - @includeWhen

@hasSection

10 Underused Laravel Blade Directives - @hasSection

Conclusion

I hope these tips help you write better Blade views. If you have a tip do, share with us. I have linked to a few resources, which will help you take you Laravel skill to the next level.

  1. LaravelCollections.com
  2. Laravel Blade Documentation
  3. Scotch.io tutorial
  4. Custom Blade directives package

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