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What do you mean in one wiew ?

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Let's say, i have a view called: backend.blade.php. And in that view i want to display all users and posts. Users have their own model, same with Posts. Can i share variables across views?

// UserController.php
View::make('backend')->with('users', $users)->with('posts', $posts);
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Hi Heihachi, Maybe I'm misunderstanding your question, but can't you just do:

$users = User::all();
$posts = Post::all();

View::make('backend')->with('users', $users)->with('posts', $posts);

Maybe that is already what you are doing?

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"Can i share variables across views?" -> Use View::share()

Doc : http://laravel.com/docs/responses

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