Vue Js and Laravel – CRUD Operations

14. June 2018 Laravel, Vue.js 7
Vue Js and Laravel – CRUD Operations

Hello artisans, welcome to Here am going to show you how to perform CRUD operations with Vue.js and Laravel. I have previously discussed Vue js in my previous tutorials where I created a simple search app, and some introduction to Vue, so here I am going to make a complete CRUD app using Vue.js and Laravel.

Let’s get started!

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Working Demo Project on Github

Setting up Vue js

We first need to setup Vue in our project. Its a breeze in Laravel as it is already included with Vue, we just need to install some modules to get started with Vue.

  • Create a laravel project: laravel new VueCRUD
  • Install PHP packages: go to VueCRUD directory and run composer install
  • Generate a key: `php artisan key:generate`
  • Install node packages: `npm install`
  • Run the app: `npm run watch` to make the changes to take effect immediately and also run `php artisan serve` for the checking the actual app.

Overview of the app

The app will display a list of people with the name, age and their profession, with edit and delete options, and 3 fields to add a new item.

Vue js CRUD App -
Vue.js CRUD App –

You can also watch the video on YouTube here.

Working Demo Project on Github

Initialize Vue js

All the Vue(js) part is written in fileapp.js in /resources/assets/js directory.

First I will create a new vue instance, and all the vue part is handled in an element with id vue-crud-wrapper i.e all the HTML content is wrapped in a div with id vue-crud-wrapper.

    <div id="vue-crud-wrapper">

Create a new vue instance(app.js)

Add Person Form(Create Operation)

Here a form is shown with 3 fields name, age, and profession with a button which when clicked calls the action in the js and performs the add operation.

<div class="form-group">
    <label for="name">Name:</label>
    <input type="text" class="form-control" id="name" name="name" 
        required v-model="" placeholder=" Enter some name">
<div class="form-group">
    <label for="age">Age:</label>
    <input type="number" class="form-control" id="age" name="age" 
        required v-model="newItem.age" placeholder=" Enter your age">
<div class="form-group">
    <label for="profession">Profession:</label>
    <input type="text" class="form-control" id="profession" name="profession"
    required v-model="newItem.profession" placeholder=" Enter your profession">

<button class="btn btn-primary" @click.prevent="createItem()" id="name" name="name">
<span class="glyphicon glyphicon-plus"></span> ADD

In the above snippet, for button, I used @click.prevent="createItem()" which calls createItem vue method which is declared in the file/resources/assets/js/app.js.

So in the vue, I initialize some variables, which can be used in the methods like createItem()

var app = new Vue({
  el: '#vue-crud-wrapper',

  data: {
    items: [],
    hasError: true,
    newItem: { 'name': '','age': '','profession': '' },

Here I also check for empty fields and throw an error when the input field is empty, so I initialize that hasError variable.

createItem: function createItem() {
      var _this = this;
      var input = this.newItem;
      if (input['name'] == '' || input['age'] == '' || input['profession'] == '' ) {
        this.hasError = false;
      } else {
        this.hasError = true;'/vueitems', input).then(function (response) {
          _this.newItem = { 'name': '' };

So when the fields are empty, I change the hasError variable to false, and a condition is written in the view to display error when the variable is set to false.

<p class="text-center alert alert-danger"
    v-bind:class="{ hidden: hasError }">Please fill all fields!</p>

Here the class hidden is bonded with the variable hasError,  so if hasError is true that class is applied.

That is why I set hasError to false when there is an error.

Next, if all the fields are filled, I make a post call using axios and pass the data entered in the form. All the data that to be stored in the input variable and it is passed as an argument to the post function.'/vueitems', input)

So this route /vueitems will call to a controller where the data is stored in the database.

In the web.php file at /routes directory

Route::post ( '/vueitems', 'MainController@storeItem' );

We can create a new controller by running the command php artisan make: controller MainController

Now in the MainController(/app/Http/Controllers),

public function storeItem(Request $request) {
    $data = new Data ();
    $data->name = $request->name;
    $data->age = $request->age;
    $data->profession = $request->profession;
    $data->save ();
    return $data;

Here I used a model Data which has all the details related to database table the data is being stored.

So in the app directory, I create a new model named Data.php with the following class.

class Data extends Model {
    protected $table = "vueCrudData";
    public $timestamps = false;

Now when $data->save(); is executed, all the data will be stored in the vueCrudData table in the database.

Working Demo Project on Github

Read Operation

Here the data is displayed in the table as shown in the image above. I use some vue properties and binding to the table elements so the data can be displayed as I wanted.

<div class="table table-borderless" id="table">
    <table class="table table-borderless" id="table">
        <tr v-for="item in items">
            <td>@{{ }}</td>
            <td>@{{ }}</td>
            <td>@{{ item.age }}</td>
            <td>@{{ item.profession }}</td>
            <td id="show-modal" @click="showModal=true; setVal(,, item.age, item.profession)"  class="btn btn-info" ><span
            class="glyphicon glyphicon-pencil"></span></td>
            <td @click.prevent="deleteItem(item)" class="btn btn-danger"><span
                class="glyphicon glyphicon-trash"></span></td>

In the above snippet, I used v-for directive to repeat all the items, also used some click methods which are used to update and delete items, which I will discuss in next section.

So the data in items variable is stored through js, let’s see it.

There is a hook in vue called mounted. this hook calls immediately when a page loads or vue instance loads. So here in this hook, I call a method called getVueItems(), in this method a call to Laravel Controller and there it fetches the data and returns the same to view.

mounted: function mounted() {

getVueItems method,

getVueItems: function getVueItems() {
  var _this = this;

  axios.get('/vueitems').then(function (response) {
    _this.items =;

Now the data is set in the variable items, so iterating(v-for) this variable shows us all the data we need for the view.

So the route /vueitems routes to,

Route::get ( '/vueitems', 'MainController@readItems' );

readItems function in MainController,

public function readItems() {
    $data = Data::all ();
    return $data;

The above snippet is very simple and straightforward, it gets all the data from the database and returns it and that data is shown in the view using Vue js.

Working Demo Project on Github

Update Operation

The table containing all the data is presented with two buttons “Edit” and “Delete” under “Actions” column.

So when edit button is clicked, a modal is shown with that particular row’s data and an option to edit them.

<td id="show-modal" @click="showModal=true; ...... </td>

the part, @click="showModal= true; triggers the modal,

<modal v-if="showModal" @close="showModal=false">

here the v-if directive is responsible for toggling the modal open and close. So if the showModal variable is true modal is displayed else it is closed.

<td id="show-modal" @click="showModal=true; setVal(,, item.age, item.profession)" 
        class="btn btn-info"> <span class="glyphicon glyphicon-pencil"></span>  </td>

After setting showModal to true, a method setVal with id, name, age, and profession is set. So this function is used to display the data in the modal, the function’s arguments are taken and assigned to other variables, which can be accessed in the view.

setVal(val_id, val_name, val_age, val_profession) {
    this.e_id = val_id;
    this.e_name = val_name;
    this.e_age = val_age;
    this.e_profession = val_profession;

Here the function’s arguments val_id, val_name, val_age, val_profession are assigned to variables e_id, e_name, e_age, e_profession respectively.

So now these variables are used in the modal’s body element.

<modal v-if="showModal" @close="showModal=false">
    <h3 slot="header">Edit Item</h3>
    <div slot="body">
        <input type="hidden" disabled class="form-control" id="e_id" name="id"
                required  :value="this.e_id">
        Name: <input type="text" class="form-control" id="e_name" name="name"
                required  :value="this.e_name">
        Age: <input type="number" class="form-control" id="e_age" name="age"
        required  :value="this.e_age">
        Profession: <input type="text" class="form-control" id="e_profession" name="profession"
        required  :value="this.e_profession">
    <div slot="footer">
        <button class="btn btn-default" @click="showModal = false">
      <button class="btn btn-info" @click="editItem()">

If you see the  input element’s value :value="this.e_age" is the value that is set in the js script above in setVal method.

Vue js CRUD App -
Vue js CRUD App –

In the modal footer section, two buttons, “Cancel” and “Update” are present. So when cancel is clicked, the showModal variable is set to false so the modal closes, when Update is clicked a method editItem() is called.

editItem() vue js method

editItem: function(){
     var i_val = document.getElementById('e_id');
     var n_val = document.getElementById('e_name');
     var a_val = document.getElementById('e_age');
     var p_val = document.getElementById('e_profession');'/edititems/' + i_val.value, {val_1: n_val.value, val_2: a_val.value,val_3: p_val.value })
        .then(response => {

The first four lines gets all the info from the modal using getElementById and uses those to pass as a an arguments to axios post method.

So in response method, getVueItems() is again called so the items are updated in the view.

And the modal is closed by setting showModal to false.

The edititems/id route is set to,

Route::post ( '/edititems/{id}', 'MainController@editItem' );

The editItem function in MainController,

public function editItem(Request $request, $id){
    $data =Data::where('id', $id)->first();
    $data->name = $request->get('val_1');
    $data->age = $request->get('val_2');
    $data->profession = $request->get('val_3');
    return $data;

The above snippet will fetch the row with the given id, and update its elements name, age, and profession.

Delete Operation

In the actions column there is an icon for delete,

<td @click.prevent="deleteItem(item)" class="btn btn-danger"><span
           class="glyphicon glyphicon-trash"></span></td>

So when clicked it calls deleteItem(item) method.

deleteItem: function deleteItem(item) {
  var _this = this;'/vueitems/' + (response) {
    _this.hasDeleted = false   

this method simply calls /vueitems/id route which calls Laravel deleteItem function.

the route,

Route::post ( '/vueitems/{id}', 'MainController@deleteItem' );

deleteItem function in MainController,

public function deleteItem(Request $request) {
    $data = Data::find ( $request->id )->delete ();

The item gets deleted, and in the vue response function getVueItems is called, do the items are updated.

Vue js CRUD App -
Vue js CRUD App –

Working Demo Project on Github

So finally all the CRUD(Create, Read, Update, Delete) operations are performed using vue js and laravel.

You can also find all Vue related tutorials at

Also, check this Angular app which consumer an API created in Laravel.


7 thoughts on “Vue Js and Laravel – CRUD Operations”

  • 1
    Bata on October 25, 2018 Reply

    This is an awesome tutorial! Thanks a lot!
    Can you please provide migration for vueCrudData table?

  • 3
    Bata on October 29, 2018 Reply

    Yeah, I’ve figured out that later. However, I’ve created migration and sent upload request to your github repository so you can approve it if you want. Thanks again for a great example!

  • 4
    daniel muniz on January 16, 2019 Reply

    hello, how i compact the ‘vue-wrapper’, for use this app.js for others models?

  • 5
    D'classical on June 18, 2020 Reply

    nice tutorial, but where is your data storing into pls?

    • 6
      avinash on June 18, 2020 Reply

      It is storing into a database, I have used a model named Data and stored in it. Refer to the attached screenshot part of the tutorial.

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