How to custom components folder path in laravel?

by mallory_cormier , in category: PHP Frameworks , 20 days ago

How to custom components folder path in laravel?

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by wilmer.lemke , 19 days ago

@mallory_cormier 

To customize the components folder path in Laravel, you can do the following:

  1. Create a new directory for your custom components: Navigate to your project's root directory and create a new folder for your custom components. You can name this folder anything you want, for example "custom-components".
  2. Update the component paths in the Blade configuration file: Open the config/view.php file in your Laravel project and locate the paths array. By default, the components are located in the resources/views/components directory. You can add your custom components directory path to this array.
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'paths' => [
    resource_path('views'),
    resource_path('custom-components'),
    realpath(base_path('vendor/laravel/jetstream/components')),
],


  1. Move your custom components to the new directory: Move your custom Blade components to the new directory you created in step 1. Make sure to update the namespaces and file paths accordingly.
  2. Use your custom components in your views: You can now use your custom components in your views by specifying the new path to the component. For example, if you have a component named custom-button.blade.php in your custom components directory, you can use it in your views like this:
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<x-custom-button />


By following these steps, you can customize the components folder path in Laravel and organize your components in a way that works best for your project.