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You can use pagination to fetch orders in small chunks.

Laravel's pagination feature is very simple to use. Basically, you use paginate() method on your model where you would use all() or get(), and Laravel handles the rest. You will also need to render pagination controls (links to prev/next page) in your view, which is a single line of code.


also this Trait will help you to send data to view , its doesn't related to your question but its really helpful to use in your application .

This issue in laravel has been resolved just by using this class in your controllers as a Trait .


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