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Using Angular with Laravel / Conflict between Laravel Blade and Angular

The Conflict:Peoples who are using Laravel and AngularJs may know, Laravel’s Blade templating engine and AngularJs uses the same markup when displaying variables

{{ variableName }}
Solution 1 (Laravel): Laravel Blade template engine comes with an option to change the literal tags. so if you want to keep the angular syntax, then include the following code in app/routes.php
//general syntax Blade::setContentTags('<%', '%>'); //for escaped data: Blade::setEscapedContentTags('<%%', '%%>');
Solution 2 (AngularJs): AngularJs comes with an option to change the literal tags using $interpolateProvider It should be declared within your module.
angular.module('MyApp', [], function($interpolateProvider) { $interpolateProvider.startSymbol('<%'); $interpolateProvider.endSymbol('%>'); });