get current route in blade laravel

Code Example - get current route in blade laravel

                        Get the current url

here using the Request::url() method. It will return the entire URL, but strip the query string from it.

<p> Url: {{  Request::url() }} </p>

Url: http://localhost:8000/post/demo

laravel get current domain


laravel get current url

                                // Get the current URL without the query string...
echo url()->current();

// Get the current URL including the query string...
echo url()->full();

// Get the full URL for the previous request...
echo url()->previous();

laravel get public path url

                                // Path to the project's root folder    
echo base_path();

// Path to the 'app' folder    
echo app_path();        

// Path to the 'public' folder    
echo public_path();

// Path to the 'storage' folder    
echo storage_path();

// Path to the 'storage/app' folder    
echo storage_path('app');

previous url laravel

                                1. The cleanest way seems to be using the url() helper:
	{{ url()->previous() }}

2. URL::previous() works for me in my Laravel 5.1 project. Here is Laravel 5.1 
  doc for previous() method, which is accessible through URL Facade.

3. You can still try alternatives, in your views you can do:

	{{ redirect()->getUrlGenerator()->previous() }}
	{{ redirect()->back()->getTargetUrl() }}

current URL without url site laravel

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