How to display required message in laravel?

by scotty_walker , in category: PHP Frameworks , 4 months ago

How to display required message in laravel?

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by larissa , 4 months ago

@scotty_walker 

In Laravel, you can display a required message using the required validation rule.

  1. Open the Laravel controller file where you want to display the required message.
  2. Inside the controller method, use the validate method provided by Laravel to validate the request data. Pass the request data and validation rules to the validate method. public function store(Request $request) { $validatedData = $request->validate([ 'name' => 'required', 'email' => 'required|email', 'password' => 'required', ]); // Rest of your code... } In the above example, we have validation rules for three fields: name, email, and password. The required rule ensures that these fields are not empty.
  3. If any of the fields fail the required rule, Laravel will automatically redirect back to the previous page with an error bag that contains the validation errors. You can display the errors in your view using the errors helper function. @error('name') @enderror @error('email') @enderror @error('password') @enderror In the above example, we use the @error blade directive to display the error message for each field. The $message variable contains the specific error message for the field.


That's it! Now, when you submit the form with empty required fields, Laravel will redirect back and display the required validation messages next to the respective fields.