Q34. What is the use of dd) in Laravel? In Laravel, dd() is a helper function used to dump a variable's contents to the browser and stop the further script execution. It stands for Dump and Die. It is used to dump the variable/object and then die the script execution. You can also isolate this function in a reusable functions file or a Class. Q35. What is yield in Laravel? In Laravel, @yield is principally used to define a section in a layout and is constantly used to get content from a child page unto a master page. So, when the Laravel performs blade file, it first verifies if you have extended a master layout, if you have extended one, then it moves to the master layout and commences getting the @sections. Q36. What is Laravel nova? Laravel Nova is an admin panel by laravel ecosystem. It easy to install and maintain. Laravel Nova comes with features that have ability to administer our database records using Eloquent. Q37. What is the latest version of Laravel? Laravel 8 is the latest version of Laravel. It was officially released on 11 Sep 2020. Laravel 8 has made with new features like Laravel Jetstream, Migration Squashing, Model Factory classes, Tailwind CSS (Used for Pagination Views, and usability improvements. Q38. What are the best features of Laravel 8? Laravel 8 was released with the new features. The best features of Laravel 8 areas follows - app/Models Directory New Landing Page Route Caching Maintenance Mode Job Batching Laravel Jetstream Controllers Routing Namespacing Better Syntax for Event Listening Queueable Anonymous Event Listeners Attributes on Extended Blade Components.