Flash Messages for Laravel
Begin by installing the package through Composer.
composer require caffeinated/flash
Once this operation is complete, simply add both the service provider and facade classes to your project's
'Flash' => Caffeinated\Flash\Facades\Flash::class,
And that's it! With your coffee in reach, start flashing out messages!
Usage is simple. Before redirecting to another page, simply call on
Flash to set your desired flash message. There are a number of methods to assign different levels of priority (info, success, warning, and error).
Flash::success('This is a success message.');
Flash::info('This is an info message.');
Flash::warning('This is a warning message.');
Flash::error('This is an error message.');
To render your flash messages in your view, simply include the bundled view partial in your master layout:
Note that the bundled view partial is geared for Bootstrap out of the box.