How to use AngularJS and Laravel Blade together

  • In short: we want to change the tags of AngularJS to anything other than double curly brackets, for example a double percentage sign.
  • The solution for making AngularJS and Laravel Blade work together is simple.
  • In the article I will show you how to use AngularJS and Laravel Blade together.
  • People who have been using AngularJS for a while may know of this solution.
  • Both AngularJS and Laravel Blade use double curly brackets for opening and closing tags.

In this article we will have a look at how to use AngularJS and Laravel Blade together by changing the opening and closing tags of AngularJS

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In this article I will show you how to use AngularJS and Laravel Blade together.

People who have been using AngularJS for a while may know of this solution. However if you are just getting started or have never used Angular with a templating engine like Blade, read ahead!

When it comes to making AngularJS and Laravel Blade work together, there is only one real problem. Both AngularJS and Laravel Blade use double curly brackets for opening and closing tags. Luckily there is a quick and painless solution for this problem!

The solution for making AngularJS and Laravel Blade work together is simple. We can simply use Angular’s $interpolateProvider to change the tags.

In short: we want to change the tags of AngularJS to anything other than double curly brackets, for example a double percentage sign.

Example code would be:

You can now freely use %% for AngularJS and the usual {{ and }} for Laravel Blade!

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How to use AngularJS and Laravel Blade together

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