In Laravel, the Blade templating engine typically expects to work with template files. However, you can parse a string as a Blade template by using the Illuminate\View\Compilers\BladeCompiler class. Here's how you can do it:

use Illuminate\View\Compilers\BladeCompiler; use Illuminate\Filesystem\Filesystem; use Illuminate\View\Factory; // The string representing your Blade template $templateString = "<h1>Hello, {{ \$name }}</h1>"; // Set up a new BladeCompiler instance $bladeCompiler = new BladeCompiler(new Filesystem(), '/path/to/compiled-views'); // Compile the Blade template string into PHP code $compiledTemplate = $bladeCompiler->compileString($templateString); // The data you want to pass to the Blade template $data = [ 'name' => 'John Doe', ]; // Create a new Factory instance to render the template $viewFactory = new Factory(new Filesystem(), '/path/to/views', $bladeCompiler); // Render the Blade template with the data $output = $viewFactory->make($compiledTemplate, $data)->render(); // Output the result echo $output;


  1. We create a BladeCompiler instance, which takes a Filesystem instance and the path to store compiled views. The compileString() method is then used to compile the Blade template string into PHP code.

  2. Next, we define the data that we want to pass to the Blade template. In this example, we set $name to 'John Doe'.

  3. We create a Factory instance that takes a Filesystem instance, the path to the views directory (this can be any valid path), and the BladeCompiler instance. This Factory instance will be used to render the compiled template.

  4. Finally, we use the make() method on the Factory instance to render the template with the given data. The render() method is then called to obtain the final output.

Keep in mind that parsing Blade templates from strings can be useful in certain scenarios, such as generating dynamic content or email templates. However, it's essential to be cautious about user-provided input in such cases to prevent potential security vulnerabilities. Always sanitize and validate input data before rendering it in a template to avoid cross-site scripting (XSS) attacks.

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