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Using Blade Components for Page Titles

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Using Blade Components for Page Titles
10 mins3 years ago

Blade components are useful for re-usable parts of your app, but they also work really nicely as app layouts. This makes it really clean to define elements like page titles for each of your pages.

Alex Garrett-Smith
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