Associate users with permissions and roles
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Documentation, Installation, and Usage Instructions
See the DOCUMENTATION for detailed installation and usage instructions.
What It Does
This package allows you to manage user permissions and roles in a database.
Once installed you can do stuff like this:
// Adding permissions to a user $user->givePermissionTo('edit articles'); // Adding permissions via a role $user->assignRole('writer'); $role->givePermissionTo('edit articles');
Because all permissions will be registered on Laravel's gate, you can check if a user has a permission with Laravel's default
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Please see CHANGELOG for more information what has changed recently.
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- Povilas Korop did an excellent job listing the alternatives in an article on Laravel News. In that same article, he compares laravel-permission to Joseph Silber's Bouncer, which in our book is also an excellent package.
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- zizaco/entrust offers some wildcard pattern matching
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