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A Laravel 5.5 invitations demo-project that extends basic php artisan make:auth functionality by adding invitation-based registration system.

How it works

  1. Users cannot register - they only request invitation to register

Laravel invitations 01

  1. Administrator logs in (admin@admin.com - admin) and sees invitation requests and automatically generated links. They can be sent outside of this system - via email/Slack etc.

Laravel invitations 02

  1. Clicking the invitation link approves the invitation and allows person to go to registration form with e-mail pre-filled.

Laravel invitations 03

License

Basically, use and re-use however you want.


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