How to get data from a database using foreach in laravel?

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by larissa , in category: PHP Frameworks , 13 days ago

How to get data from a database using foreach in laravel?

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by dana , 12 days ago

@larissa 

To get data from a database using foreach in Laravel, you can follow these steps:

  1. Make sure you have a model set up for the database table you want to retrieve data from. If you don't have a model, you can create one by running the following Artisan command:
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php artisan make:model ModelName


  1. In your controller, you can use the model to fetch data from the database using the all() method or any other method that retrieves data. For example:
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use AppModelsModelName;

public function getData()
{
    $data = ModelName::all();
    
    foreach ($data as $row) {
        // Access each row of data here
        // For example, to access a column 'name', you can use $row->name
    }
}


  1. Pass the data to the view to display it:
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return view('viewName', compact('data'));


  1. In your view file, you can loop through the data using the foreach loop:
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@foreach ($data as $row)
    <p>{{ $row->column_name }}</p>
@endforeach


This will retrieve the data from the database using the model, loop through it using foreach, and display it in the view.