How to handle errors with laravel and vue.js?

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by denis , in category: PHP Frameworks , 23 days ago

How to handle errors with laravel and vue.js?

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by rollin , 22 days ago

@denis 

To handle errors in Laravel and Vue.js, you can follow these steps:

  1. In your Laravel backend, use try-catch blocks to catch any exceptions or errors that may occur in your code. You can also use Laravel's built-in Exceptions handling to handle common errors such as 404 or 500 errors.
  2. In your Vue.js frontend, you can handle errors by using methods like try-catch blocks, error handling hooks such as onErrorCaptured or Vue.config.errorHandler, or by using Axios interceptors to catch and handle API request errors.
  3. Use the Laravel API to return error responses with appropriate HTTP status codes and error messages. You can also customize the error responses by creating custom Exceptions or response classes.
  4. In your Vue.js frontend, you can display error messages to the user by using alert messages, modals, or toast notifications. You can also create a global error handler component to display errors in a consistent and user-friendly manner.
  5. To improve error handling and debugging, you can log errors to the console or server-side logs using tools like Laravel Telescope or custom logging mechanisms in Vue.js.


By implementing these strategies, you can effectively handle errors in your Laravel and Vue.js applications and provide a better user experience for your users.