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In this post, I will share an example for Laravel Eloquent Query. The Laravel Eloquent all() method will retrieve all results in the model's table. But since each Eloquent model serves as a query builder, you can add additional constraints to your queries and invoke the method get() to retrieve the results.
When doing a simple query to get all records from a table using MySQL your statement:
SELECT * FROM posts
But if we use an eloquent query then we will just use all() methods:
$posts = Post::all();
Applying query builder methods to our Laravel eloquent query:
$posts = Post::where('status', 1) ->orderBy('title') ->take(10) ->get();
That's it, now you have the basics on how to use Laravel 8 eloquent queries. I hope it helps.
For more methods about query builder just visit the full documentation.