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Thanks, @snapey. I kind of figured that was the case. At least I know to take another approach now instead of continuing to spin my wheels. I appreciate the insight!
Without a default value, the only alternative is a null value. If you don't want the field to be nullable, then you will have to set a default. Perhaps defaulting to an empty string will meet your need.
Started a new Conversation Send Response From Controller To View With Each Iteration Of A Loop
I have a method on a controller that is making an API call and storing the results in a database. The result set can be quite large and so I'm batching the query within a loop. Since the entire process can take several minutes, I would like to alert the user with each iteration, likely in the form of a progress bar built with vue.js.
Is it possible to return data to the view without terminating the method? Or, asked another way, is it possible to change a vue property from within a controller?