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RestAPI - Based on Laravel with Docker

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Laravel 6.0 Restful API boiler plate with:

  • auth;
  • roles;
  • permissions;
  • crud;
  • json responses;
  • phpunit and travis tests;
  • database seeder with factories;

Requirements

As it is build on the Laravel framework, it has a few system requirements.
Of course, all of these requirements are satisfied by the Docker, so it's highly recommended that you use Docker as your local Laravel development environment.

However, if you are not using Docker, you will need to make sure your server meets the following requirements:

  • PHP >= 7.1.3
  • MySql >= 5.7
  • Composer
  • OpenSSL PHP Extension
  • PDO PHP Extension
  • Mbstring PHP Extension
  • Tokenizer PHP Extension
  • XML PHP Extension
  • Ctype PHP Extension
  • JSON PHP Extension
  • BCMath PHP Extension

You can check all the laravel related dependecies here.

Install application.

  1. Clone repository and setup.
    git clone git@github.com:nicp0nim/rest-api.git
    cd rest-api
    cp .env.example .env
  2. Start docker.
    docker-compose up -d
  3. Install needed packages.
    docker exec php-fpm composer install
  4. Migrate, install passport and seed database with fake data.
    docker exec php-fpm php artisan key:generate
    docker exec php-fpm php artisan migrate:fresh --seed
    docker exec php-fpm php artisan passport:install

This way is to setup app with docker, but if you want use it without docker just skip second step and replace from commands docker exec php-fpm part. For example 3 step without Docker should look like:
composer install

API Endpoints and Routes

Laravel follows the Model View Controller (MVC) pattern I have creatd models associated with each resource. You can check in the routes/api.php file for all the routes that map to controllers in order to send out JSON data that make requests to our API.

+-----------+----------------------------+-----------------+--------------------------------------------------+--------------+
| Method    | URI                        | Name            | Action                                           | Middleware   |
+-----------+----------------------------+-----------------+--------------------------------------------------+--------------+
| GET|HEAD  | /                          |                 | Closure                                          | web          |
+-----------+----------------------------+-----------------+--------------------------------------------------+--------------+
| GET|HEAD  | api/clients                | clients.index   | App\Http\Controllers\ClientController@index      | api,auth:api |
| POST      | api/clients                | clients.store   | App\Http\Controllers\ClientController@store      | api,auth:api |
| DELETE    | api/clients/{client}       | clients.destroy | App\Http\Controllers\ClientController@destroy    | api,auth:api |
| PUT|PATCH | api/clients/{client}       | clients.update  | App\Http\Controllers\ClientController@update     | api,auth:api |
| GET|HEAD  | api/clients/{client}       | clients.show    | App\Http\Controllers\ClientController@show       | api,auth:api |
+-----------+----------------------------+-----------------+--------------------------------------------------+--------------+
| GET|HEAD  | api/roles                  | roles.index     | App\Http\Controllers\RoleController@index        | api,auth:api |
| POST      | api/roles                  | roles.store     | App\Http\Controllers\RoleController@store        | api,auth:api |
| DELETE    | api/roles/{client}         | roles.destroy   | App\Http\Controllers\RoleController@destroy      | api,auth:api |
| PUT|PATCH | api/roles/{client}         | roles.update    | App\Http\Controllers\RoleController@update       | api,auth:api |
| GET|HEAD  | api/roles/{client}         | roles.show      | App\Http\Controllers\RoleController@show         | api,auth:api |
+-----------+----------------------------+-----------------+--------------------------------------------------+--------------+
| GET|HEAD  | api/users                  | users.index     | App\Http\Controllers\UserController@index        | api,auth:api |
| POST      | api/users                  | users.store     | App\Http\Controllers\UserController@store        | api,auth:api |
| DELETE    | api/users/{client}         | users.destroy   | App\Http\Controllers\UserController@destroy      | api,auth:api |
| PUT|PATCH | api/users/{client}         | users.update    | App\Http\Controllers\UserController@update       | api,auth:api |
| GET|HEAD  | api/users/{client}         | users.show      | App\Http\Controllers\UserController@show         | api,auth:api |
+-----------+----------------------------+-----------------+--------------------------------------------------+--------------+
| POST      | api/login                  | auth.login      | App\Http\Controllers\AuthController@login        | api          |
| GET|HEAD  | api/logout                 | auth.logout     | App\Http\Controllers\AuthController@logout       | api,auth:api |
| GET|HEAD  | api/profile                | auth.profile    | App\Http\Controllers\AuthController@profile      | api,auth:api |
| POST      | api/register               | auth.register   | App\Http\Controllers\AuthController@register     | api          |
+-----------+----------------------------+-----------------+--------------------------------------------------+--------------+

API Docs

You can find full postman documentation with example success and error requests here.

Example login request

curl --location --request POST "http://localhost:8080/api/login" \
  --header "Content-Type: application/json" \
  --header "X-Requested-With: XMLHttpRequest" \
  --data "{
	\"email\": \"admin@mail.com\",
	\"password\": \"pass\"
}"

Example login response

{
  "success": true,
  "data": "eyJ0eXAiOiJKV1QiLCJhbGciOiJSUzI1NiIsImp0aSI6IjE1ZmUyOGI4NTFmM2I1Mjc0MGVkNjFlYzM4ZDgyZmQ2M2ZhYmY1NDM5NjI0ZDZlZDViODAwZDFkMDU2MjBiNjdlYzE3MDNjYzU3MzYwNTcxIn0.eyJhdWQiOiIxIiwianRpIjoiMTVmZTI4Yjg1MWYzYjUyNzQwZWQ2MWVjMzhkODJmZDYzZmFiZjU0Mzk2MjRkNmVkNWI4MDBkMWQwNTYyMGI2N2VjMTcwM2NjNTczNjA1NzEiLCJpYXQiOjE1NjYyNjI5NzEsIm5iZiI6MTU2NjI2Mjk3MSwiZXhwIjoxNTk3ODg1MzcxLCJzdWIiOiIxIiwic2NvcGVzIjpbXX0.aUBUPQDpiHLYR7-ZQHttYPe59ubTBxGgOs8WktDxqv5nlG4WqMIOtfARpdt56NTkD9SrEH1Xo9MaCCLswif25y3xNObHl5MM_X7j1nXE59kHmQt0waqIHq1yCLzVuBtbGkuflZQY4QfM59SKDikGmPNvH98uZjz2wxuah7FF8c5oADxjcBVAuZKfJaewwPSh49qck0dgB-IOpiJ38ihaYiMZCh1DTZJwbot2Pzfs54q9QY2S5_CzBv5z56z4-eb4ylkIn7PtaxcjzZnCWK8f8nxYFQHuKd6awyv6bHK6c3MzFjcXQ1Zl9oUUHvrRV-9qIzv6Ot73amVKitDafOXmaC6_oG-bURcl8wVOMVi9GSkrc2j6ZjljDs2w83YhNtglT9Fy10CoDMUBh6HwaLejjwv91dTRhUQ91CoCRtoFCIp7Pq2OG5bM3cNDCUjsn72gCEG_u4WJ_aK8zIx7tmhmfU-nvtctEFoMSSJJ1NYeE0W53jahFeTVVSEd7yJEgk53mlSNgKUw3Q2XfonV6bW-iD2BPd_XCGobh9uIPt5PQdoGZUDP75-njkPIYqUELvSR1n3pUJwLx4smBK-rgzk8TR7LShG2P5gH1AP6qAtrs0ufwHH_3-JL5U5tlGAt7_t3x23opnX-I63KFwD5OhJl_39ran3B91xUwD8y2m-6VQ0"
}

Example authorized request with token

curl --location --request GET "http://localhost:8080/api/profile" \
  --header "Authorization: Bearer eyJ0eXAiOiJKV1QiLCJhbGciOiJSUzI1NiIsImp0aSI6IjM1ZjQ5NTU1N2QzYmEyNjM5OTQzYmQzY2JlMTU1MTI0NmIyZmJiMzc4NGY2ZTJmNTgwOGZlM2Y3YjNiMGM0ZjlkZTM2MzY2ZGNkZTFhOWJjIn0.eyJhdWQiOiIxIiwianRpIjoiMzVmNDk1NTU3ZDNiYTI2Mzk5NDNiZDNjYmUxNTUxMjQ2YjJmYmIzNzg0ZjZlMmY1ODA4ZmUzZjdiM2IwYzRmOWRlMzYzNjZkY2RlMWE5YmMiLCJpYXQiOjE1NjYyNjQ2NjksIm5iZiI6MTU2NjI2NDY2OSwiZXhwIjoxNTk3ODg3MDY5LCJzdWIiOiIyIiwic2NvcGVzIjpbXX0.Xf7HGFczhfbXNMtycA3k9O-0FYYkH4Oj-LLJQm4P5br5DwJOf0ScQ0Gb5wKA2k6T1QuYNy6D4h_wGzCUICuvmFHyQ0pTlkUL_2RjefjHy1mIuTPCUkgxFVjAn0qUIBgakrb_I2OXGgRZlO_00eyYRiSaMBtcuEkRljVpJG8EL8JDdTFFEqgoSXrGDfQqubBEW0_IjDw33NXrFVtK-aJQdkTpGNUwr0aSVMT_GcX7u7vJjvCa3Jc50unGXZI6VDpwxsvndAyuuvu8AbRhmN7TNJhCNynT55m4X0ZY9xLH_WAEoT7uI5ei5DdBAfH1_Ux0nJxHLFGaXI15N_OAw8noVgPSPps8Bbn9fsWu7ZqGvj-2gUupVrWS1FVk5qBYzKnV4Osdsl0pRjVfY9yghIRTCGonxCU_A2Fl-i8OUVPUl6iqGxiko2KBo8qqLWQbT3IkUXyB578DAIqgqfZ9gr122B0J5ukyIYtLLHKo0HqYc9NjB2K11ntfB6SPXJBEY6Xrts8xm_0uT1fJ2pIXuvICtC-cUBDioUZ842ijeOJm4h_vESzsqJXQ4Xp32PCvcjHxO9X9EJe5JnDdHD5nlVDeEl4ZtpBZ4zZeef3yXsdMPxwGGiTrwNMZyLHnzWdiNAhZfo13Pk4z9XswDK8omIdtKuEPAIQXT2Z9Gu4keVaI0fQ" \
  --header "Content-Type: application/json" \
  --header "X-Requested-With: XMLHttpRequest" \
  --data ""

Tests

As default tests are configured to work with travis when you push commit to github repo.

If you want to run tests locally go to phpunit.xml file in root directory and change DB_CONNECTION value to sqlite .
Then as normally run command ./vendor/bin/phpunit.

Remember to change that value back for testing when you push repo to github, otherwize your commit test will fail.