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How to pass multiple variables to view in Laravel?

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Hello to all, welcome to therichpost.com. In this post, I will tell you, How to pass multiple variables to view in Laravel? Laravel is one of the top php mvc framework

Here is the working code and I added this code in laravel controller file:

//Controller code

$STATS_BOOKING = //db query
$STATS_SERVICE = //db query
$STATS_STAFF = //db query

return view(‘viewname’, [
‘STATS_BOOKING’ => $STATS_BOOKING,
‘STATS_SERVICE’ => $STATS_SERVICE,
‘STATS_STAFF’ => $STATS_STAFF
]);
//or

return view("vievname",compact(STATS_BOOKING,$STATS_SERVICE));

 Here is the working code and I added this code in laravel view file:

// view code:
{{ $STATS_BOOKING_TOAL->bookCount }}

  There are so many code tricks in laravel and i will let you know all. Please do comment if you any query related to this post. Thank you. Therichpost.com

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2 comments

Davidw October 29, 2018 - 5:17 am

$STATS_BOOKING = //db query
$STATS_SERVICE = //db query
$STATS_STAFF = //db query
return view(‘viewname’, [
‘STATS_BOOKING’ => $STATS_BOOKING,
‘STATS_SERVICE’ => $STATS_SERVICE,
‘STATS_STAFF’ => $STATS_STAFF
]);

Very Helpful..

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Ajay Malhotra October 29, 2018 - 3:24 pm

Thank you

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