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The conventions described below are NOT mandatory. Feel free to pick what you like and also come up with your own conventions. With that out of the way, here's a list of conventions you may find helpful.

Resource Routes

Laravel supports resource routes and that plays really well with Hotwire for most things. This creates routes names such as posts.index,, etc.

If you don't want to use resource routes, at least consider using the naming convention: render forms in a route name ending in .create or .edit and name their handler routes ending with .store or .update.

You may want to define exceptions to the route guessing behavior. In that case, you may want to set the redirect_guessing_exceptions in the config/turbo-laravel.php config file:

return [
// ...
'redirect_guessing_exceptions' => [

When using this config, the redirection behavior will still happen, but the package will not guess routes. See the Validation Response Redirects page to know more about why this happens.


You may want to split up your views in smaller chunks (aka. "partials"), such as comments/_comment.blade.php which displays a comment resource, or comments/_form.blade.php for the form to either create/update comments. This will allow you to reuse these partials in Turbo Streams.

The models' partials (such as the comments/_comment.blade.php for a Comment model) may only rely on having a single $comment instance variable passed to them. That's because the package will, by default, figure out the partial for a given model when broadcasting and will also pass the model to such partial, using the class basename as the variable instance in camelCase. Again, that's by default, you can customize most things. Read the Broadcasting section to know more.

Turbo Stream Channel Names

You may use the model's Fully Qualified Class Name (aka. FQCN) as your Broadcasting Channel authorization routes with a wildcard, such as App.Models.Comment.{comment} for a Comment model living in App\\Models\\ - the wildcard's name doesn't matter, as long as there is one. This is the default broadcasting channel naming convention in Laravel.

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