Handling Server Errors in Laravel with Custom Error Page
In this tutorial, we will learn Laravel server error handling examples. You will know that we may face some errors like
500, etc. Do you know Laravel gives us default features to handle those kinds of errors?
In this tutorial, we will learn how to write custom error pages in Laravel as well as how can we handle different types of errors in Laravel framework. When you are working on web or rest API it is very important to learn how to handle errors well.
From this tutorial you will learn how to create custom 404 page in laravel 7, laravel custom 500 error page, custom 404 page in laravel 8, laravel 404 page etc.
We have to simply create the following files and modify the content of the file as per the error requirements: You have to maintain the file path must like that:
resources |-- views |-- errors |-- 404.blade.php |-- 401.blade.php |-- 403.blade.php |-- 500.blade.php
We have to follow this above file structure as mentioned above otherwise you will not be able to override the above error pages.
To get the error message in the view file you can use the following variable in your blade view:
Hope it can help you.