Directives for Blade

Belich includes, a series of directives for Blade, to facilitate the use of the package in the views.


This directive allows us to add an icon of Fontawesome quickly. As an example:


Will return us:

<i class="fas fa-edit"></i>

We can add an optional second parameter, with a text. For example:

@icon('edit', 'Edit text')

Will return us:

<i class="fas fa-edit mr-2"></i>Edit text

When adding a text, Belich will automatically add the tailwind class mr-2 to create a separation between the text and the icon.

You can add a text from a language file, to do so, you must use the following code: @icon('edit', 'belich :: file.fileText'). In this case we assume that the file is in the vendor folder of our package, if we have it directly in the Laravel language folder, we would have to do it like this: @icon('edit', ' file.fileText ').

It can also be used as a helper, using the following syntax:

Helper::icon('edit', 'Edit text')  
Helper::icon('edit', 'belich::file.fileText')

You can also customize the appearance of the icons through the css class: .icon, which we can always overwrite.


Same as @icon, but does not accept text. It is designed for the icons from the action buttons (in the index view).


Check if a model has the trait softdelete.

It's what Laravel calls Custom If Statements, therefore, it works as if it were a @if directive.



Same as the previous one, but this time, check if the current value of the model is eliminated or not (with softdelete).

It is a helper to be used with the action buttons of the index view.

For example, if we want to know if the current value has been deleted or not, in order to show the restore icon or to delete icon...


Ideal for creating a style sheet or javascript link. It is intended for when we want to call a JS or CSS file inside the folder: vendor/belich.

The syntax will be:


Generating the code:

<script src="{{ mix('app.js', 'vendor/belich') }}"></script>

Rendering in:

<script src="/vendor/belich/app.js?id=bfc1e2cb4216d35a1a8d"></script>

The directive will look for the file extension (.js or .css) and depending on which one it finds, it will render the code in one way or another.


Like the @mix() directive, it is intended to load the language file from the vendor/belich folder.

The syntax will be:


Generating the code:

{{ trans('belich::file.fileName') }}

So @trans('file.fileName') will be equivalent to @lang('belich:file.fileName').