How to Create Blade View File using Artisan Command in Laravel?

Sep 08, 2022

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How to Create Blade View File using Artisan Command in Laravel?

Hello Friends,

Today, I would like to show you how to create a blade view file using the artisan command in laravel. I explained simply about creating blade file laravel command. this example will help you how to create a view file in laravel using the artisan command. you can understand how to create a blade file in laravel using a command. Here, Creating a basic example of the laravel creates blade command example.

Laravel provides default artisan commands to create a model, controller, rule, etc. but you can not create a blade file using the artisan command. so we will create our own custom artisan command to create a blade file using it. we will create php artisan make:view {filename} to make blade file.

You can use this example with laravel 6, laravel 7, laravel 8, and laravel 9 versions.

You have just to follow the below step and you will get the layout as below:

Step 1: Install Laravel


This is optional; however, if you have not created the laravel app, then you may go ahead and execute the below command:

composer create-project laravel/laravel example-app

Step 2: Create Custom Artisan Command

Here, we will create a custom artisan command using the following command, so let's run it:

php artisan make:command MakeViewCommand

Next, let's update MakeViewCommand.php file with below code:

app/Console/Commands/MakeViewCommand.php

<?php

namespace App\Console\Commands;

use Illuminate\Console\Command;

use File;

class MakeViewCommand extends Command

{

/**

* The name and signature of the console command.

*

* @var string

*/

protected $signature = 'make:view {view}';

/**

* The console command description.

*

* @var string

*/

protected $description = 'Create a new blade template.';

/**

* Execute the console command.

*

* @return mixed

*/

public function handle()

{

$view = $this->argument('view');

$path = $this->viewPath($view);

$this->createDir($path);

if (File::exists($path))

{

$this->error("File {$path} already exists!");

return;

}

File::put($path, $path);

$this->info("File {$path} created.");

}

/**

* Get the view full path.

*

* @param string $view

*

* @return string

*/

public function viewPath($view)

{

$view = str_replace('.', '/', $view) . '.blade.php';

$path = "resources/views/{$view}";

return $path;

}

/**

* Create view directory if not exists.

*

* @param $path

*/

public function createDir($path)

{

$dir = dirname($path);

if (!file_exists($dir))

{

mkdir($dir, 0777, true);

}

}

}

Step 3: Use Artisan Command

Now, you can use the following artisan command to create a blade file.

You will be able to create a demo.blade.php blade file in the resources/views directory using the below command:

php artisan make:view demo

You will be able to create a demo.blade.php blade file in resources/views/demo directory using the below command:

php artisan make:view demo

you can see below a preview of the newly created blade file.

resources/views/demo.blade.php

resources/views/demo.blade.php

You can see below terminal preview:

I hope it can help you...

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