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Route model binding provides a useful way to automatically method-inject a model's instance into your route closures, or controller actions. For example, if a user visits
/tasks/1, thanks to route model binding, we can make Laravel automatically fetch the
Task with an
1, and then inject that instance into your controller action.
Published on Jan 27th, 2017.
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