Category : breeze

I Made Laravel Project And install the Breeze package for multi authentication And the Create a guard call admin in order to control user assess to dashboard It works fine Here is the route Route::get(‘/dashbord’,[AdminController::class, ‘Dashbord’]) ->name(‘admin.dashbord’) ->middleware(‘Admin’); Route::get(‘/profile/edit’,[AdminProfileSettings::class, ‘index’]) ->name(‘admin.profile.settings’) ->middleware(‘Admin’); Here Is the middleware public function handle(Request $request, Closure $next) { if(!Auth::guard(‘admin’)->check()) { ..

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I’m new to laravel and need a little advice, I tried to install laravel brezze with : composer require laravel/breeze –dev artisan breeze: install on an already existing project, and it removes all my web routes that I already had before to replace them with these: Route::get(‘/’, function () { return view(‘welcome’); }); Route::get(‘/dashboard’, function ..

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how to custom login using both of email and phone number in laravel auth breeze public function rules(){ return [ ’email’ => ‘required|string|email’, ‘password’ => ‘required|string’, ]; } public function authenticate(){ $this->ensureIsNotRateLimited(); if (! Auth::attempt($this->only(’email’, ‘password’), $this->filled(‘remember’))) { RateLimiter::hit($this->throttleKey()); throw ValidationException::withMessages([ ’email’ => __(‘auth.failed’), ]); } RateLimiter::clear($this->throttleKey()); } Sourc..

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When I tried to install laravel breeze, using command composer require laravel/breeze –dev, it gives me this error. Using version ^1.2 for laravel/breeze ./composer.json has been updated Running composer update laravel/breeze Loading composer repositories with package information Updating dependencies Your requirements could not be resolved to an installable set of packages. Problem 1 – laravel/breeze[v1.2.0, ..

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When I tried to install laravel breeze, using command composer require laravel/breeze –dev, it gives me this error: Using version ^1.2 for laravel/breeze ./composer.json has been updated Running composer update laravel/breeze Loading composer repositories with package information Updating dependencies Your requirements could not be resolved to an installable set of packages. Problem 1 – laravel/breeze[v1.2.0, ..

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When I tried to install laravel breeze, using command composer require laravel/breeze –dev, it gives me this error: Using version ^1.2 for laravel/breeze ./composer.json has been updated Running composer update laravel/breeze Loading composer repositories with package information Updating dependencies Your requirements could not be resolved to an installable set of packages. Problem 1 – laravel/breeze[v1.2.0, ..

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I’m using Breeze for multi authentication in laravel 8. I want to redirect on different dashboards say user and admin after login. Both dashboards are ready, route are ready, role column in user table is also created. But I can’t solve. It was very much easier using ui package but Im disappoint with such difficult ..

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according to the laravel documentation on the official laravel website, to install breeze, you must type the command "composer require laravel/breeze –dev". After executing this command, you must then type "php artisan breeze:install". However, the execution of the second command gives us an error message which is:"There are no commands defined in the "breeze" namespace". ..

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The default Breeze authentication installation uses the RegisteredUserController to register a new user, which works perfectly. Route::post(‘/register’, [RegisteredUserController::class, ‘store’]) ->middleware(‘guest’); In the next step, the ‘verification.verify’ route throws a unauthenticated exception, as the user still needs to be verified. Route::get(‘/verify-email/{id}/{hash}’, [VerifyEmailController::class, ‘__invoke’]) ->middleware([‘auth’, ‘signed’, ‘throttle:6,1’]) ->name(‘verification.verify’); My RegisteredUserController does do a Auth::login but this does ..

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The default Breeze authentication installation uses the RegisteredUserController to register a new user, which works perfectly. Route::post(‘/register’, [RegisteredUserController::class, ‘store’]) ->middleware(‘guest’); In the next step, the ‘verification.verify’ route throws a unauthenticated exception, as the user still needs to be verified. Route::get(‘/verify-email/{id}/{hash}’, [VerifyEmailController::class, ‘__invoke’]) ->middleware([‘auth’, ‘signed’, ‘throttle:6,1’]) ->name(‘verification.verify’); My RegisteredUserController does do a Auth::login but this does ..

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For instance let’s say the ”’ $model_name = ‘student_table’; ”’ ‘providers’ => [ ‘users’ => [ ‘$model_name’ => [ ‘driver’ => ‘eloquent’, ‘model’ => AppModels.$model_name.::class ] ] ] The problem is that laravel fires an unexpected ‘.’ expecting identified (T_STRING) And I need to insert the model name dynamically because there lot of database tables ..

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I’m trying the new laravel/breeze. I’m using Ubuntu and created the project with the following commands: composer create-project –prefer-dist laravel/laravel:^8.0 composer require laravel/breeze –dev php artisan breeze:install npm install && npm run dev php artisan serve Then, i created a database.sqlite in database folder, made the php artisan migrate and then php artisan serve. But ..

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