Non-static method Illuminate\Http\Request::method() should not be called statically

  • 28-06-2022
  • 1552
  • Laravel 9
  • Haresh Chauhan

Non-static method Illuminate\Http\Request::method() should not be called statically. This error you are fetching when you try to something output from the not static method.

In another work, we can say that this issue is generated when you are trying to call a non-static method of IlluminateHttpRequest.

To resolve this issue, Use FACADE rather than IlluminateHttpRequest import it at the top of the controller and use it.

It means when you call a method "statically" on a facade like Request::all() But the actual method call on the Illuminate\Http\Request

For the calling request data from the method, you just need to call use Illuminate\Http\Request

But while you working with another request then your request is called like use Request. So keep in mind.

I solved this error just added "\" (slash) before the request and it is solved.


namespace App\Http\Controllers;

use Illuminate\Http\Request;

class HomeController extends Controller
    public function index(Request $request)
        $input = $request->all();


        // array:1 [▼
        //  "name" => "haresh"
        // ] 

        $myRequestMethod = \Request::method();


        // GET

            // true

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