Blade is the simple, yet powerful templating engine provided with Laravel. Unlike other popular PHP templating engines, Blade does not restrict you from using plain PHP code in your views. All Blade views are compiled into plain PHP code and cached until they are modified, meaning Blade adds essentially zero overhead to your application. Blade view files use the .blade.php file extension and are typically stored in the resources/views directory.

Let’s see what are the methods we have,

Method 1: Change AngularJS Tags

var sampleApp = angular.module(‘app’, [], function($interpolateProvider) {
$interpolateProvider.startSymbol(‘<%’);
$interpolateProvider.endSymbol(‘%>’);
});

Now Laravel will use the {{ variableName }} and Angular will use <% variableName %>. Just like that, you can use Laravel Blade and Angular. You can also change this to anything your heart desires.

Method 2: Change Laravel Tags

Blade::setContentTags(‘<%’, ‘%>’); // for variables and all things Blade
Blade::setEscapedContentTags(‘<%%’, ‘%%>’); // for escaped data

Variables will be: <% $variable %>. Comments will be: <%– $variable –%>. Escaped data will look like: <%% $variable %%>. You can also change this to anything your heart desires.

Method 3: Without changing any Tags

@{{ variableName }}

Now Laravel will use the {{ variableName }} and Angular will use @{{ variableName }}.

I’ve explained you all the methods of AngularJS usage in Laravel Blade and You are recommended to use Method 3.