Configuring Multi Auth Middleware - Native Laravel 5.4 Multiple Authentication Series (Part 3)

Configuring Multi Auth Middleware - Native Laravel 5.4 Multiple Authentication Series (Part 3)

We have our logins working as intended and are able to log in and out as our different users. It finally feels like the app is coming together. We have a Users model and Admins model, tracking different types of users independently. Now we simply need to fix a few weird occurrences. The first problem we have is that if we ever try to go to our Admin center when we are not logged in, it redirects us to the Users Login Form. This is not right, we would expect the app to redirect us to the Admin Login Form so that we can log in as an Admin. We will fix this part first. This is can be handled in our exceptions handler. In the exceptions handler we will get the guard that triggered the exception and then compare it to the guards in our app. Since we only have two (non-api) guards this will be easy. Check to see if it is admin and if it isn't, then it must be the web guard. We will set our named route for each login form and then redirect to the one that gets triggered. The second problem is that when our "Guest" middleware notices a logged in user, it always redirects us to the /home location. This is ok when we are accessing a users guest path, but if we are trying to access an admin guest path, this is very unexpected. The more natural concept would be to redirect us to the admin dashboard. We can edit this functionality in the RedirectIfAuthenticated Middleware. Just like before, we use our guard and test if it is either admin or web. Then redirect to the correct url for that guard's dashboard. ------ WRITTEN TUTORIAL: (Coming Soon) =========================================== === Multiple Authentication in Laravel 5.4 Series: === =========================================== Part 1: Setting up our Models and Auth Guards https://youtu.be/Ir2nAD9UDGg Part 2: Creating Login Pages and Logging in Users https://youtu.be/Ir2nAD9UDGg Part 3: Modifying Middleware to Support Multiple Users https://youtu.be/P8T3MjZPDdI (This Video) Part 4: Logging Out Multiple User Types https://youtu.be/55YoSeS6egs Part 5: Forgot My Password Functionality across Multiple User Types Coming Soon. ==== DOWNLOAD SOURCE CODE ==== Download from GitHub: https://github.com/DevMarketer/multiauth_tutorial/releases/tag/part_3 ==== FOLLOW ME ==== Subscribe to DevMarketer Insider https://confirmsubscription.com/h/d/5EDC91CF554832D1 Twitter - http://twitter.com/_jacurtis (ask me questions!) ==== QUESTIONS? ==== Leave a comment below and I or someone else can help you. For quick questions you may also want to ask me on Twitter, I respond almost immediately. Email me hello@jacurtis.com Thanks for all your support! _________ Laravel 5.4 Authentication Multiple User Models One Application. Best tutorial authentication laravel help. Laravel 5.3 Muliple Authentication. No Packages. Laravel Php code tutorial video post example. Store user admins. Multiauth tutorial.

Logging Out Users - Native Laravel 5.4 Multiple Authentication Series (Part 4)

Logging Out Users - Native Laravel 5.4 Multiple Authentication Series (Part 4)

So far in this series we have covered in depth how to set up an authentication system with multiple user types (not to be confused with user roles which are different). In this video of the series we will address questions on how to log users out of the app. First we want to set up some debugging tools so we know if we are logged in as a normal user, as an admin, or both. Once we have that figured out, it will make things a lot easier and now we can set up the logout function. The process is fairly straightforward. We are going to copy the logout() function from the laravel foundation source files. We then can customize it with our guard and finally tie it into a route so it can execute. ------ WRITTEN TUTORIAL: (Coming Soon) =========================================== === Multiple Authentication in Laravel 5.4 Series: === =========================================== Part 1: Setting up our Models and Auth Guards https://youtu.be/Ir2nAD9UDGg Part 2: Creating Login Pages and Logging in Users https://youtu.be/Ir2nAD9UDGg Part 3: Modifying Middleware to Support Multiple Users https://youtu.be/P8T3MjZPDdI Part 4: Logging out multiple users https://youtu.be/55YoSeS6egs Part 5: Forgot My Password Functionality across Multiple User Types Coming Soon. ==== DOWNLOAD SOURCE CODE ==== Download from GitHub: https://github.com/DevMarketer/multiauth_tutorial/releases/tag/part_4 ==== FOLLOW ME ==== Subscribe to DevMarketer Insider https://confirmsubscription.com/h/d/5EDC91CF554832D1 Twitter - http://twitter.com/_jacurtis (ask me questions!) ==== QUESTIONS? ==== Leave a comment below and I or someone else can help you. For quick questions you may also want to ask me on Twitter, I respond almost immediately. Email me hello@jacurtis.com Thanks for all your support! _________ Laravel 5.4 Authentication Multiple User Models One Application. Logging out users admin and normal users. Logout multiple users with laravel and PHP. Best tutorial authentication laravel help. Laravel 5.3 Muliple Authentication. No Packages. Laravel Php code tutorial video post example. Store user admins. Multiauth tutorial.

Multiple Authentication in Laravel 5.4 Natively! (Admins + Users) - Part 1

Multiple Authentication in Laravel 5.4 Natively! (Admins + Users) - Part 1

In Laravel 5.4 we actually can natively support multiple User models (Sometimes called MultiAuth). This means we can have different users and manage these users independently, all using the Native Auth Facades, without any packages or plugins. An example of this would be Employees that manage a backend interface and then customers which have the ability to log in and manage accounts, but through the front end of the website. We want to use different tables to manage these types of users, and have different middleware and guards in place as well. This tutorial will show multiple authentication to you. This isn't documented very well in the Laravel documentation, so it is frustrating to find the correct way to do this. But I am happy that I have now put this tutorial series together to explain how to make this happen. It is a powerful feature that Laravel has and I'm excited to show everyone how to use it. Do not get confused between user roles and user models. This tutorial teaches you to use two different user models, (in other words two sepeare tables for different types of users). You can always add user roles to this on top, but that is not the goal of the video. ------ WRITTEN TUTORIAL: (Coming Soon) =========================================== === Multiple Authentication in Laravel 5.4 Series: === =========================================== Part 1: Setting up our Models and Auth Guards https://youtu.be/Ir2nAD9UDGg (Current Video) Part 2: Creating Login Pages and Logging in Users https://youtu.be/Ir2nAD9UDGg Part 3: Modifying Middleware to Support Multiple Users https://youtu.be/P8T3MjZPDdI Part 4: Forgot My Password Functionality across Multiple User Types Coming Soon. ==== DOWNLOAD SOURCE CODE ==== Download from GitHub: https://github.com/DevMarketer/multiauth_tutorial/releases/tag/part_1 ==== FOLLOW ME ==== Subscribe to DevMarketer Insider https://confirmsubscription.com/h/d/5EDC91CF554832D1 Twitter - http://twitter.com/_jacurtis (ask me questions!) ==== QUESTIONS? ==== Leave a comment below and I or someone else can help you. For quick questions you may also want to ask me on Twitter, I respond almost immediately. Email me hello@jacurtis.com Thanks for all your support! _________ Laravel 5.4 Authentication Multiple User Models One Application. Best tutorial authentication laravel help. Laravel 5.3 Muliple Authentication. No Packages. Laravel Php code tutorial video post example. Store user admins. Multiauth tutorial.

(Part 2) Logging In Multiple Users - Native Multi Auth in Laravel 5.4

(Part 2) Logging In Multiple Users - Native Multi Auth in Laravel 5.4

The previous video we set up multiple authentication guards and multiple authentication models natively in Laravel 5.4. Everything works well and our middleware is already protecting our pages. But now we need to let users log in. We already have access to the normal user's login page. But the problem is we don't have a way to let our Admins log in. In this video I will show you how to create a LoginController for our Admins to manage their login functionality. We are also going to make a login form, by simply duplicating the form that Users already have, but for your app you might want to make a custom login form for each user and you can do that here in your views. For the most part this video will be pretty straightforward for advanced Laravel devs. I recommend skipping this video if you don't feel like you need it. One challenging part might be how to log the user in. In this section of the controller we use the Auth::attempt function to log the user in using the native Laravel Auth facade. If you have any questions, leave a comment below. ------ WRITTEN TUTORIAL: (Coming Soon) =========================================== === Multiple Authentication in Laravel 5.4 Series: === =========================================== Part 1: Setting up our Models and Auth Guards https://youtu.be/Ir2nAD9UDGg Part 2: Creating Login Pages and Logging in Users https://youtu.be/Ir2nAD9UDGg (Current Video) Part 3: Modifying Middleware to Support Multiple Users https://youtu.be/P8T3MjZPDdI Part 4: Forgot My Password Functionality across Multiple User Types Coming Soon. ==== DOWNLOAD SOURCE CODE ==== Download from GitHub: https://github.com/DevMarketer/multiauth_tutorial/releases/tag/part_2 ==== FOLLOW ME ==== Subscribe to DevMarketer Insider https://confirmsubscription.com/h/d/5EDC91CF554832D1 Twitter - http://twitter.com/_jacurtis (ask me questions!) ==== QUESTIONS? ==== Leave a comment below and I or someone else can help you. For quick questions you may also want to ask me on Twitter, I respond almost immediately. Email me hello@jacurtis.com Thanks for all your support! _________ Laravel 5.4 Authentication Multiple User Models One Application. Best tutorial authentication laravel help. Laravel 5.3 Muliple Authentication. No Packages. Laravel Php code tutorial video post example. Store user admins. Multiauth tutorial. Login form. Login function. Auth facade. Auth attempt laravel function.

Laravel custom login and redirects for multiple roles

Laravel custom login and redirects for multiple roles

We created a custom login system , and customized it for different roles in the application.

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