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30 Apr
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danielec81 left a reply on How To Autofill Form With Id From The Previous Form

If I understand correctly you want to render the form with the technician selected.

You need to add a parameter to the create route like $technicien_id that is optional

Route::get('tarification/create/{technicien_id?}', '[email protected]');

Then your function in controller:

public function create($technicien_id = null)

In the function you will have the technician id, so simply pass to the blade view and populate the select correctly:

 <select onchange="getMetiersByTechnicien(this.value)" name="technicien_id" id="technicien" class="form-control">
       <option value="">-Select-</option>
       @foreach($technicien as $t)
              <option value="{{$t->id }}" {{ $t->id == $technicien_id ? 'selected = "selected"' : '' }}>

Of course you have to call getMetiersByTechnicien({{$technicien_id}}) somewhere after the form

danielec81 started a new conversation Hosting On Shared Server Best Practice

Hi, I would like a couple of advices about hosting Laravel on a Shared Server.

I've seen there are some methods, but I would like to better understand which could be preferred.

The method I've found are:

  1. Using .htaccess to change the Document Root through RewriteRule (es https://stackoverflow.com/a/25119567 )
  2. Clone the Repo in a not public folder, copy /public/ content in the public_www folder (or the name on the shared server) anche fix the path in index.php of the two "require" commands.
  3. If the Shared Host use Symbolic link for public directory (es cPanel create a directory named public_www, anche a symbolic link www => public_www ) use SSH to login the server, change the link to the public folder of the laravel application.

I think that there are pros and cons on every point, but I would like some skilled opinions!!