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Eder Durán
Eder Durán
11,998 Points

"laravel" i cant get the "todos" url in the form

i cant get the "todos" url in the form:

{{ Form::open( array('route','todos.store') ) }}

so i try with:

{{ Form::open( array('url'=>'todos') ) }}

and it´s ok for me, why?

1 Answer

Spenser Hale
Spenser Hale
20,778 Points

You are very close.

In an array if you want something to equal a value you need to use a key, like in your second example.

However, we want 'route' to be equal to 'todos.store'

{{ Form::open( array('route' => 'todos.store') ) }}