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How to pass a PHP variable to Vue component instance in Laravel blade?

Hey everyone,

I'm currently working on a Laravel project and I'm using Vue components to enhance the functionality on the front end. I'm facing a small issue where I need to pass a PHP variable to a Vue component instance in my Laravel blade.

I have a variable named `$myVariable` in my PHP code, and I want to pass its value to a Vue component instance. Is there a way to achieve this?

I would really appreciate any help or guidance on how to go about this. Thanks in advance!

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zvandervort

Hey there,

I've faced a similar challenge in my Laravel project, and I found another way to pass a PHP variable to a Vue component instance in the Laravel blade.

To accomplish this, you can make use of the `@props` blade directive. Here's what you need to do:

1. In your Laravel blade template, locate the section where you're rendering the Vue component.
2. Within that section, add the `@props` directive and pass the PHP variable directly. For example:

html
<my-vue-component @props(['myVariable' => $myVariable])></my-vue-component>


By using the `@props` directive, you can pass a PHP array to the Vue component. In this case, we're passing the `myVariable` key with its value.

In your Vue component, you can access this variable like any other prop. You can declare it in the component's `props` property or even directly use it in the template.

I've found this method to be quite convenient and it works flawlessly. Give it a try, and let me know if you have any questions or need further assistance!

harvey.weissnat

Hey there,

I've encountered a similar situation before, and fortunately, there's a simple solution to pass a PHP variable to a Vue component instance in Laravel blade.

You can achieve this by using the `@json` Blade directive. Here's how you can do it:

1. In your Laravel blade template, locate where you are rendering the Vue component.
2. Within that section, add the `:props` attribute to the Vue component tag and pass the PHP variable using the `@json` directive. For example:

html
<my-vue-component :props="@json($myVariable)"></my-vue-component>


This way, the `@json($myVariable)` will convert the PHP variable to a JSON-encoded string, which can then be parsed by the Vue component as a prop.

In your Vue component, you can access this variable using the `props` property. For instance, in the Vue instance's `data` property or any other method or computed property.

I hope this helps you out! Let me know if you have any further questions or need clarification.

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