How to handle server side exception in laravel?

by giovanny.lueilwitz , in category: PHP Frameworks , 24 days ago

How to handle server side exception in laravel?

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by adan , 23 days ago

@giovanny.lueilwitz 

In Laravel, you can handle server-side exceptions by using the try-catch block in your code. Here's a general outline of how to handle server-side exceptions in Laravel:

  1. Wrap the code that may throw an exception in a try block.
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try {
    // Your code that may throw an exception
} catch (Exception $e) {
    // Handle the exception
}


  1. Inside the catch block, you can handle the exception by logging it, displaying a friendly error message to the user, or redirecting to an error page.
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try {
    // Your code that may throw an exception
} catch (Exception $e) {
    Log::error($e->getMessage());
    return back()->with('error', 'An error occurred. Please try again.');
}


  1. You can also create custom exception classes that extend the base Exception class and use them to handle specific types of exceptions in your code.
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try {
    // Your code that may throw a custom exception
} catch (CustomException $e) {
    Log::error($e->getMessage());
    return response()->json(['error' => 'An error occurred.'], 500);
}


By using try-catch blocks and handling exceptions appropriately in your Laravel code, you can ensure that your application gracefully handles errors and provides a good user experience.