How to display form errors in Laravel blade?

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Most of the developers struggle with the format to display form errors in Laravel. I also faced the same in the earlier stage of my Laravel career so I can understan the situation.

That’s by I am writing this artile, in which you will learn to diplay form errors in Laravel blade file.

There are many ways to display form errors in the Laravel blade, from out of them I am describing some of the best ways to show it.

To Display all form errors at once:

@if($errors->any())
   @foreach ($errors->all() as $error)
       <div class="alert alert-danger">{{$error}}</div>
   @endforeach
@endif

You can use the above code to display all form errors at once. Inside the div, you can also use the CSS class for beautification.

Single error by field name:

@if($errors->has('email'))
	<div class="alert alert-danger">{{$errors->first('email')}}</div>
@endif

You can use the above code to display a single error by field name. Mostly this method of displaying error is used when you want to display an error with the specific input.

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