How to do Return Redirect Back to the page in Laravel

In Laravel, we have an option to return back to the page after we run a POST or GET request and that’s very simple to do.

in this post, i will show you how to simply do that also i will show you how to send a response with it.

So In the controller, you have to add the return code like this

return redirect()->back();

so We are using the back() function it will return back to where we are.

so what if you want to send a response with that like a success or error message

return redirect()->back()->with('success', 'Post Created Successfully');

Like this.

So in the view part, you can display the success message as an alert, Use this code as a template

@if (\Session::has('success'))
 	<div class="alert alert-success" role="alert">
             {!! \Session::get('success') !!}


That’s all. Now you got an idea right. Hope this helps



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