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How to create views using artisan command


gorakhwagh posted 1 year ago

Laravel not supports php artisan make:view command How to create views using artisan command. The views files created dont looks like good design.. I thing laravel doesent provide this feature like wise yii2

ausdev86 replied 1 year ago

There is no command for making a view out of the box.

As my knowledge is with Unix/Mac.

The command you want to create would have something along the lines of:

touch { $view } .blade.php

Also; when wishing to create within a directory such as Views\Shop\myview.blade.php

Remember to double escape so it'd be touch views\Shop\myview.blade.php

If you have a look around you can see how to make your own commands.

asifameer replied 1 year ago

There is a useful package for creating view;

https://github.com/svenluijten/artisan-view

larafeed replied 3 months ago

In Laravel 5.5, views are created in resources/views folder. You can change the base path for views by adding base path

realpath(base_path('resources/views'))

in config/view.php file.

To load view in controller just add

view(‘viewname’)

to your controller method.

Source: Create View in Laravel 5.5


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