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Quick and Easy Nested Categories in Laravel

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Quick and Easy Nested Categories in Laravel
20 mins2 years ago

To solve a potentially unlimited amount of nested items like categories, you need more than recursive Eloquent relationships. Let's figure out how to easily build a tree of items with a single query, and use recursive Blade components to output the result.

Alex Garrett-Smith
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