Organize Your Views Better With Subdirectories There are a couple of more concepts that we should look at before we move on to the blade templating engine. This time, we’ll cover subdirectories and one simple check to see if the view that we’re calling actually exists. Read the previous article on Passing Arguments to Views. Subdirectories Who cares about subdirectories? Why not just shove all of the views under one directory, views? It’s incredibly important for organization. Most of the time, you’ll list your resource name, likes users as a subdirectory of views, and then the 4 CRUD views: create.blade.php edit.blade.php index.blade.php show.blade.php