Laravel 7/6 Image Upload with Validation

In this tutorial you will learn about the Laravel 7/6 Image Upload with Validation and its application with practical example.

In this Laravel 7/6 Image Upload with validation example, we will learn how to upload and save image in laravel 7/6. In this laravel simple image upload example, I’ll show you how to validate upload image into folder and then save it into database. In this tutorial before saving image into database we will validate image and then save it into directory using. Before uploading the image we will perform server side validation. After successfully image upload into the database and folder we will display success message on the screen.

Laravel 7/6 Image Upload with Validation

  • Install Laravel Fresh App
  • Setup Database Details
  • Generate Image Migration & Model
  • Create Image Upload Route
  • Create Image Controller
  • Create Image Upload and Preview Blade View
  • Start Development Server

1). Install Laravel Fresh App

First of all we need to create a fresh laravel project, download and install Laravel using the below command

2). Setup Database

Now, lets create a MySQL database and connect it with laravel application. After creating database we need to set database credential in application’s .env file.

3). Generate Image Migration & Model

Now, in this step we will create model and migration file. Please run the following command:

The above command will create a model name Image and also create a migration file for Image table. Now, go to database/migrations file and put the below here :


Now, in this step we will create model and migration file. Please run the following command:

4). Create Image Upload Route

After this, we need to define routes in “routes/web.php” file. Lets open “routes/web.php” file and add the following routes in it.

routes/web.php

5). Create Image Upload Controller

Now, lets create a controller named ImageController using command given below –

Now, go to app/controllers/ImageController.php and put the below code :

6). Create Image Upload and Preview Blade view

Now we will create a blade view file. Go to app/resources/views and create one file name image.blade.php :


Put css on image.blade.php in head section

Put the script on image.blade.php after closing of body tag

7). Start Development Server

Now we are ready to run our example so lets start the development server using following artisan command –

Now, open the following URL in browser to see the output –


In this tutorial we have learn about the Laravel 7/6 Image Upload with Validation and its application with practical example. I hope you will like this tutorial.