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PHP Laravel 4 Basics Blade & Forms Form Builder

Joel Byrd
Joel Byrd
507 Points

Ok to use array literal notation?

I like to use the array literal notation ([1, 2, 3...]) because it's more elegant. I'm assuming this is ok to use interchangeably with the other array notation? For example:

{{ Form::open( ['route' => 'todos.create'] ) }}


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

2 Answers

I think it's a pretty accepted! It also means less typing. Being lazy in the right way can give more elegant code ;)

It will work without any problem at the end Laravel 4.x require PHP 5.4 and up .