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Lloyd Miller
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Apr 6, 2022 ⋅ 6 min read

Validating arrays and nested values in Laravel

Lloyd Miller Lloyd is a freelance full-stack web developer specializing in the RILT stack (React, Inertia, Laravel, Tailwind). He also loves Jamstack and builds websites with Nuxt.js, Next.js, and Gatsby.

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2 Replies to "Validating arrays and nested values in Laravel"

  1. I’m using input name attr like data[route_title][] but got the data[][route_title] is also fine in this article. thank you for detailed article.

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