Laravel - Blade Templates - Defining A Layout

Layouts may also be created via "template inheritance". This was the primary way of building applications prior to the introduction of components.

To get started, let's take a look at a simple example. First, we will examine a page layout. Since most web applications maintain the same general layout across various pages, it's convenient to define this layout as a single Blade view:

            App Name - @yield('title')
                This is the master sidebar.

As you can see, this file contains typical HTML mark-up. However, take note of the @section and @yield directives. The @section directive, as the name implies, defines a section of content, while the @yield directive is used to display the contents of a given section.

Now that we have defined a layout for our application, let's define a child page that inherits the layout.