Laravel is used to ship authentication with the installation package. However, authentication is now provided as a part of
breeze for Laravel 8.
If you have Laravel 8 up and running, you will need to run a few commands to get your
breeze authentication package running smoothly.
composercommand. This will install the
breezepackage into your application, as shown below:
composer require laravel/breeze --dev
vueto serve as your UI, which you can select while the
php artisan breeze:install vue php artisan breeze:install react
npm, as shown below:
npm install //installs the node package for which UI you've chosen npm run dev
php artisan migrate
If all the steps are done correctly, you can visit the
/register path to register a new user to your application and visit
/login to login registered users.
You can find your defined routes in
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