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Learn about Grant Types in Laravel Passport
Laravel Tutorials / August 24, 2016

Learn about Grant Types in Laravel Passport

OAuth2 is a security framework that controls access to protected areas of an application, and it’s mainly used to control how different clients consume an API ensuring they have the proper permissions to access the requested resources. Laravel Passport is a full OAuth2 server implementation; it was built to make it easy to apply authentication … Continue reading L... Read more…

Laravel Passport – Easily setup your own OAuth2 server
Laravel Packages / August 18, 2016

Laravel Passport – Easily setup your own OAuth2 server

Creating your own OAuth server can be difficult and Laravel 5.3 comes with a free optional package called Passport that is a full OAuth2 server that is ready to go in minutes. Taylor demoed this new package during his Laracon talk and it was amazing seeing just how quick you can add this to your … Continue reading Laravel Passport – Easily setup your own OAuth2 server... Read more…

A look at what’s coming to Laravel 5.3
News / June 02, 2016

A look at what’s coming to Laravel 5.3

Laravel 5.3 is now released and available for everyone. Here is a quick look at some of these new features: Laravel Scout Laravel Scout is a driver based full-text search for Eloquent. Out of the box, it supports Algolia and because it’s driver based anyone in the community can create their own integration with other … Continue reading A look at what’s co... Read more…