How to return error message from controller to view in laravel

Updated at 22-Nov-2022, By samar

How to return error message from controller to view in laravel

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You can return error message from controller using return back() method and display in view file using session() in laravel
  • Display error message in laravel view

    --PATH resources\views\<home>.blade.php
    @if(session()->has('error'))
        <div class="alert alert-danger">
            {{ session()->get('error') }}
        </div>
    @endif
    

    This code snippet will display the error message in your laravel view file.

  • Send error message from controller to view in laravel

    --PATH app\Http\Controllers\<YourController>.php
    return back()->with('error', 'The error message here!');
    //OR
    return redirect()->with('error', 'The error message here!');
    

    You have to use code inside your controller's method after performing some task. 

  • How to use redirect back in display success message in Laravel?

    If you just want to redirect use to view file with a success message then, you can use this: "return redirect()->with('message', 'The success message!');".

  • How do I show pop up success messages in Laravel?

    Show Pop up success message Window if there is message called back –> <? php if(session('message')) { echo '<script> document. getElementById("popup_message")</script>'; } ?> .

  • What is flash message in Laravel 9

    A flash message is used to communicate back to the user of the website or application that an event has taken place. Often times you'll see a redirect with flash message. This may be something the user intended to do, or it might be something that is just informational.

  • How to show success message in Laravel using Sweet Alert?

    • Install Laravel.
    • Install Laravel UI Package.
    • Setup Database.
    • Install Sweet Alert Package.
    • Setup Blade View.
    • Edit RegisterController.
    • Other Sweetalert Uses.
  • What is notify () in Laravel?

    Laravel Notify is a package that lets you add custom notifications to your project.

  • How do you add a Toastr in Laravel?

    1. Toastr JS.
    2. Prerequisites.
    3. Create Project For Toastr JS in Laravel 8.
    4. Create and Configure Database.
    5. Create a Model and Migration For Toastr JS.
    6. Add Fillable Data in Users Model.
    7. Create a Controller.
    8. Create a View For Form Handling.
  • What is purpose of Toastr in Laravel?

    Toastr is a javascript library to show notification in a modern way. You can check out the demo on the below link. https://codeseven.github.io/toastr/demo.html.

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