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Passing Php variable to Laravel Blade Component

Hey everyone,

I'm currently working on a Laravel project and I'm trying to pass a PHP variable to a Laravel Blade component. I have a component called "MyComponent" and I want to pass a variable called "$myVariable" to it. However, I'm not sure how to go about doing this.

Here's the code for my Blade component:

<!-- MyComponent.blade.php -->
<h1>{{ $myVariable }}</h1>

And here's the code where I'm trying to render the component with the variable:

<!-- SomeView.blade.php -->
<x-MyComponent myVariable="$myVariable" />

But it seems like the variable is not being passed to the component correctly. Can anyone help me figure out what I'm doing wrong here? I'd really appreciate any guidance or examples on how to pass a PHP variable to a Laravel Blade component.

Thank you!

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I faced a similar situation before where I needed to pass a PHP variable to a Laravel Blade component. The issue I encountered was due to the data type of the variable I was trying to pass.

In my case, I had mistakenly defined the variable as a string in my controller, like this:

$myVariable = "$myData";

However, when trying to pass it to the Blade component, I realized that I needed to pass it as a regular PHP variable. So, I removed the quotes and just passed the variable directly:

<!-- SomeView.blade.php -->
<x-MyComponent :myVariable=$myVariable />

By doing this, Laravel treats the variable as a PHP variable, which solved the issue for me.

Make sure to check the data type of your variable and ensure that it is a regular PHP variable rather than a string or any other data type. That might be causing the problem you're encountering.

Hope this helps! Let me know if you have any more questions or need further clarification.


Hey there,

I had a similar issue when passing a PHP variable to a Laravel Blade component. I found that the problem lies in how you're passing the variable to the component.

Instead of passing the variable as a string within quotes like this:

<!-- SomeView.blade.php -->
<x-MyComponent myVariable="$myVariable" />

You should pass it without the quotes, like this:

<!-- SomeView.blade.php -->
<x-MyComponent :myVariable="$myVariable" />

By adding a colon (:) before the variable, you're indicating to Laravel that it should be passed as a PHP variable.

Give this a try and see if it works for you. It solved the issue for me, and the variable started being correctly passed to the component.

Let me know if you need more assistance or have any further questions!

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