In this article, we will discuss Laravel 5.6 JWT Auth. Firstly, you need to know what is JWT. JWT (JSON Web Tokens), it allows us to represent user data in a secure manner. JWT Authentication is used when we work with API. When user sign-in using its own email and password after the successful login credentials, the Token is returned. This Token is used in the further APIs call. You need to send this Token in your header. Then you can easily access your protected APIs.
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