I'm working with a form where multiple components are brought together, A Person and a List. In the form I'm separating these by array:
Some issues I've run into:
I've tried working with
@errors but it accepts only dot notation. I didn't find any helpers for converting
person[name] to dot notation so I had to write my own. In the validation the
required validate outputs the entire dot notation
person.name is required which doesn't necessarily work in ever case. I didn't see an easy way to "filter" this validate message without creating my own custom validation.
I'm new to Laravel so I guess my question is, how common is the naming convention above for my inputs? Is this something I should avoid or are there helper functions I'm not familiar with to aid me in this process?
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This is really just theory. If I have multiple Model fields in a form, is it a better practice to prefix them with the model or group them in an array?
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