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Easily add login proxy to your Laravel API

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The signifly/laravel-janitor package allows you to easily add a login proxy to your Laravel API.

Documentation

To get started you have to either install laravel/passport or tymon/jwt-auth. Please refer to their documentation for how to configure those packages.

NOTE: For now the supported versions for tymon/jwt-auth is 1.0.0-rc.*.

Installation

You can install the package via composer:

composer require signifly/laravel-janitor

The package will automatically register itself.

You can optionally publish the config file with:

php artisan vendor:publish --tag="janitor-config"

After pulling in the package and (optionally) publishing the config, then add the routes to your routes/api.php file:

Janitor::routes();

It will by default add routes for the following:

  • login by username and password (/login)
  • refresh current user access token (/login/refresh)
  • log the user out (/logout)
  • send password reset email (/password/email)
  • reset password (/password/reset)

You can also define a specific set of routes by passing a Closure:

Janitor::routes(function ($router) {
    // Login and logout routes
    $router->forAuthentication();

    // Password reset routes
    $router->forPasswordReset();
});

Finally, add JANITOR_DRIVER=driver-name to your .env file.

The supported drivers are: passport and jwt.

NOTE: It does not support a default driver and throws an InvalidArgumentException if omitted.

Resetting passwords

In order to use the reset password implementation in an API, you have to add a custom reset password notification to your user model.

// App\User.php

/**
 * Send the password reset notification.
 *
 * @param  string  $token
 * @return void
 */
public function sendPasswordResetNotification($token)
{
    $this->notify(new ResetPasswordNotification($token));
}

The notification should format a correct link to your client app's reset password url.

Testing

composer test

Security

If you discover any security issues, please email dev@signifly.com instead of using the issue tracker.

Credits

License

The MIT License (MIT). Please see License File for more information.

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