Taylor Otwell released a new feature for the Laravel Installer v2.3.0 which includes the auth scaffolding using the new
Just released Laravel Installer 2.3.0… added a new "–auth" flag to create a new project with the authentication scaffolding installed and ready to go! pic.twitter.com/z47NyEmW8E
— Taylor Otwell (@taylorotwell) November 18, 2019
Before Laravel 6, you could run
make:auth immediately. However, with the release of Laravel 6, the
make:auth command moved to a separate laravel/ui package. We wrote a detailed post about the reasoning behind the Laravel UI package and how to generate auth in Laravel 6.
After you update to the latest version, it’s even easier to generate auth:
composer global update laravel/installer laravel --version Laravel Installer 2.3.0 laravel new project --auth
If you’re curious about the implementation, you can check out the change: add auth option · laravel/installer@f5ebbffFiled in: News
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