Messages Component for Laravel and Orchestra Platform

v6.1.0 2021-04-17 19:13 UTC


Messages Component bring a unified notification support for Laravel and Orchestra Platform.

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Version Compatibility

Laravel Messages
5.5.x 3.5.x
5.6.x 3.6.x
5.7.x 3.7.x
5.8.x 3.8.x
6.x 4.x
7.x 5.x
8.x 6.x


To install through composer, run the following command from terminal:

composer require "orchestra/messages"


Add Orchestra\Messages\MessagesServiceProvider service provider in config/app.php.

'providers' => [

    // ...



You might want to add Orchestra\messages\Facades\Messages to class aliases in config/app.php:

'aliases' => [

    // ...

    'Messages' => Orchestra\Support\Facades\Messages::class,


Adding a Message

Adding a message is as easy as following:

Messages::add('success', 'A successful message');

You can also chain messages:

Messages::add('success', 'A successful message')
    ->add('error', 'Some error');

Extending a Message to Current Request

There might be situation where you need to extend a message to the current response instead of the following request. You can do this with:

Messages::extend(function ($message) {
    $message->add('info', 'Read-only mode');

Displaying the Message in a View

Here's an example how you can display the message:


$message = Messages::copy();

if ($message instanceof Orchestra\Messages\MessageBag) {
    $message->setFormat('<div class="alert alert-:key">:message</div>');

    foreach (['error', 'info', 'success'] as $key) {
        if ($message->has($key)) {
            echo implode('', $message->get($key));