score:0

You can do it like this..

@extends('layouts.app')

@section('script')
    <script type="text/javascript">
        ReactDOM.render(<Example name="{{ $user->name }}"/>, document.getElementById('example'));
    </script>
@endsection

@section('content')
    <div id="example"></div>
@endsection

But better solution would be AJAX request to some controller that returns json data.

Best solution for you will this laravel package laracasts/PHP-Vars-To-Js-Transformer

score:7

This is perhaps a slightly cleaner solution than the others suggested. We don't need to specify each prop we pass in using this method either.

In your blade file:

<div id="react-component" data-foo='{{ $foo }}' data-bar='{{ $bar }}'>

On a side note, if $foo is something that isn't JSON, e.g a Laravel Collection or an array, we can apply an additional method: $foo->toJson().

In your component:

if (document.getElementById('react-component')) {

    const component = document.getElementById('react-component');
    const props = Object.assign({}, component.dataset);

    ReactDOM.render(<ReactComponent {...props} />, component);
}

You'll then have access to all the props you pass in using the data attribute from your html. Just like any other react you can access your props inside of your component like: this.props.foo

score:10

I do it like this eg. in index.blade.php

<div id="main" data-user_name="{{$user->name}}" />

Then in Main.js

const Main = (props) => {
  return (
    <div>
      <Component {...props} />
   </div>
 );
}

if(document.getElementById('main')) {
  const el = document.getElementById('main')
  const props = Object.assign({}, el.dataset)
  ReactDOM.render(<Main {...props} />, el);
}

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