Laravel 5 custom authentication

Laravel, Laravel 5, 2015-06-17 00:03:22 UTC
Laravel by default has its own authentication system. Just use it and you can start creating your application. But, sometimes this is not fit your need. Here I want to show you how to create custom authentication. For make this simple, I start from basic Laravel 5 authentication system, edit it and

Configuring the Laravel 5 environment

Laravel, Laravel 5, 2015-06-17 00:02:37 UTC
This topic is quite interesting. Because you must not skip configuring you application when you develop with Laravel. Before I wrote this tutorial, I do research on this topic. I just found a little tutorial and the tutorials are not easy to understand. So I write this tutorial. Then you can set yo

Trick: Inserting data into database without seeder

Laravel, Laravel 5, 2015-06-16 23:58:11 UTC
In some case I found around the web, "php artisan db:seed" command doesn't work. Many of them confused what happened. There are no complete explanation to correct the error. So, I came into my solution inserting data without seeder. Before you start, please make sure you have users table in your d

Step-by-step: Laravel 5 authentication

Laravel, Laravel 5, 2015-06-16 23:57:33 UTC
By default, Laravel 5 has included authentication system in the application. It's located in "app/config/auth.php". But before you begin with Laravel 5 authentication, you must have a Laravel 5 application. If you don't have it one, you can follow very simple steps here. Lets start creating authent

Step-by-step: How to install Laravel 5

Laravel, Laravel 5, 2015-06-16 23:56:19 UTC
1. Download Laravel installer using composer; $ composer global require "laravel/installer=~1.1" 2. Open ~/.bashrc $ nano ~/.bashrc 3. Add a line like below export PATH="$PATH:~/.composer/vendor/bin" 4. Create your first Laravel 5 application $ laravel new FirstApp Or, you can create an