Return view with custom status code in Laravel 5

There are times when you want to render a view, but pass along a custom status code. This is not reflected in the official laravel documentation. You need to set the status code with the setStatusCode() method.

In the following example, am returning a view and passing a 403 status code. Following works with Laravel 5.2

return response()->view('myviewname')->setStatusCode(403);

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