Pass Parameters to Your Laravel Route We ended our last article talking about basic routing and views. Frequently we need to pass arguments to our route file via URL parameters. If you’re familiar with PHP, you know that to capture an argument like, we need to use the $_GET global array, i.e. $_GET[‘page’]. Passing a Single Argument In Laravel, we can pass arguments to the route file just as simply. <?php use Illuminate\Support\Facades\Route; Route::get(‘/about/{name}’, function ($name) { return $name; }); To declare a parameter, we need to surround the url parameter with curly braces. In the example above, we are expecting a “name.”