In this tutorial, I will show you how to join tables in Laravel using Laravel eloquent. We know the join query using the query builder. But in this example, I will show you how we can join 2 or more then 2 tables which means multiple tables with Laravel eloquent.
You know that this query gives us better performance than the eager loading query. So I will show you laravel eloquent join 2 tables and also laravel eloquent join 3 tables with query example:
See the below example:
$post = Post::with('comments')->first(); dd($post->comments); // get all of the comments relation
Laravel Eloquent Join() with 2 Tables
In this example, we will see the join example with laravel eloquent with 2 tables. get data using laravel eloquent join 3 tables, you can see the following example:
We can write this above equivalent query like :
$post = Post::join('comments', 'posts.comment_id', '=', 'comments.id')->first(); dd($post->comments);
In this example, we will see the join example with laravel eloquent with 3 tables. get data using laravel eloquent join 3 tables, you can see the following example:
$users = User::join('posts', 'posts.user_id', '=', 'users.id') ->join('comments', 'comments.post_id', '=', 'posts.id') ->get(['users.*', 'posts.descrption']);
Read also: Subquery Joins Example in Laravel
Hope this laravel eloquent join multiple conditions query example will help you.
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