A new feature in Laravel Blade is an
includeWhen directive. This allows you to simplify a typical if statement into a single line.
“I think it’s a cool feature as it tidies up so much boilerplate”, said James Brooks, the author of the pull request.
To see this feature in use pretend you have this common setup:
@if(Auth::user()) @include('nav.user') @endif
Now, this can be simplified using includeWhen:
Or as another example for those using Laravel’s Authorization system:
@if ($user->ownsPost($post) @include('posts.edit-controls', ['post' => $post]) @endif
Can be changed to the following:
@includeWhen($user->ownsPost($post), 'posts.edit-controls', ['post' => $post])
This feature is now included in Laravel and you can run a
composer update to be sure you are on the latest release. For more Blade features check out the Laravel Blade category here on Laravel News.
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