Error 405 (Method Not Allowed) Laravel 5

Im trying to do a POST request with jQuery but im getting a error 405 (Method Not Allowed), Im working with Laravel 5

THis is my code:

jQuery

<script type="text/javascript">
    $(document).ready(function () {
        $('.delete').click(function (e){
            e.preventDefault();
            var row = $(this).parents('tr');
            var id = row.data('id');
            var form = $('#formDelete');
            var url = form.attr('action').replace(':USER_ID', id);
            var data = form.serialize();
            $.post(url, data, function (result){
                alert(result);
            });
        });
    });
    </script>

HTML

{!! Form::open(['route' => ['companiesDelete', ':USER_ID'], 'method' =>'DELETE', 'id' => 'formDelete']) !!}

    {!!Form::close() !!}

Controller

public function delete($id, \Request $request){
        return $id;
    }

The Jquery error is 405 (Method Not Allowed).

The url value is


and the data value is

_method=DELETE&_token=pCETpf1jDT1rY615o62W0UK7hs3UnTNm1t0vmIRZ.

If i change to $.get request it works fine, but i want to do a post request.

Anyone could help me?

Thanks.

EDIT!!

Route

Route::post('empresas/eliminar/{id}', ['as' => 'companiesDelete', 'uses' => 'CompaniesController@delete']);


ANSWERS:


The methodNotAllowed exception indicates that a route doesn't exist for the HTTP method you are requesting.

Your form is set up to make a DELETE request, so your route needs to use Route::delete() to receive this.

Route::delete('empresas/eliminar/{id}', [
        'as' => 'companiesDelete',
        'uses' => 'CompaniesController@delete'
]);

Your routes.php file needs to be setup correctly.

What I am assuming your current setup is like:

Route::post('/empresas/eliminar/{id}','CompanyController@companiesDelete');

or something. Define a route for the delete method instead.

Route::delete('/empresas/eliminar/{id}','CompanyController@companiesDelete');

Now if you are using a Route resource, the default route name to be used for the 'DELETE' method is .destroy. Define your delete logic in that function instead.



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