The text input field

To convert the input fields, a facade is used. The input field’s HTML is as follows:

<input type="email" class="form-control" name="email" value="{{ old('email') }}">

Converting the preceding input field using a façade looks like this:

{!! Form::input('email','email',old('email'),['class'=>'form-control' ]) !!}

Similarly, the text field becomes:

{!! Form::input('password','password',null,['class'=>'form-control']) !!}

The input fields have the same signature. Of course, this can be refactored as follows:

<?php $inputAttributes = ['class'=>'form-control'] ?>
{!! Form::input('email','email',old('email'),$inputAttributes ) !!}
{!! Form::input('password','password',null,$inputAttributes ) !!}

The label tag

The label tags are as follows:

<label class="col-md-4 control-label">E-Mail Address</label>
<label class="col-md-4 control-label">Password</label>

To convert the label tags (E-Mail Address and Password), we will first create an array to hold the attributes, and then pass this array to the labels, as follows:

$labelAttributes = ['class'=>'col-md-4 control-label'];

Here is the form label code:

{!! Form::label('email', 'E-Mail Address', $labelAttributes) !!}
{!! Form::label('password', 'Password', $labelAttributes) !!}


To convert the checkbox to a facade, we will convert this:

<input type="checkbox" name="remember"> Remember Me

The preceding code is converted to the following code:

{!! Form::checkbox('remember','') !!} Remember Me


Remember that the PHP parameters should be sent in single quotation marks if there are no variables or other special characters, such as line breaks, inside the string to parse, while the HTML produced will have double quotes.