A Powerful Blade Tool For Loops An additional benefit to using the Blade syntax for your foreach loop is that you get access to the loop variable. The loop variable gives you access to various information such as how many iterations are left in the loop. If you haven’t read on Blade Loops, be sure to do so first. https://medium.com/geekculture/laravel-p11-loops-fc8e11f61998 What is part of the $loop variable? $loop->index the index of the current loop iteration (starts at 0). $loop->iteration the current loop iteration (starts at 1). $loop->remaining the iterations remaining in the loop. $loop->count the total number of items in the array being iterated. $loop->first whether this is the

How Do You Loop With Blade Directives? Blade directives have proven to be useful in the previous few articles, however, only now will they begin to shine. Loops can look quite messy with PHP when they’re embedded inside of HTML. Blade makes them look nice, almost like they belong there. Read the previous article on IF and SWITCH Blade Directives. Blade has your standard loops, like the for, foreach and while loops, but it also has another one called forelse. I’m going to assume that you know about the various different loops in PHP. If you don’t, take a look at my PHP articles on them.