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Laravel Blade Check if View Exists

Get to know how to check if laravel blade view exists before rendering

Created on Aug 01, 2021

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To check if the view exists before actually rendering it to the page, you can make use of the "exists()" method available from the "view()" helper.

if (view()->exists('partials.heading')) {
    return view('partials.heading', ['data' => $yourHeadingData]);
}

If you have multiple blade views you can pass it to the "first()" method as an array and whichever view file exists will be loaded by Laravel.
return view()->first(['partialas.heading', 'partials.heading-alt'], ['data' => $yourHeadingData]);

By having those options now you can conditionally load the views whenever necessary.

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