Archive for the ‘authorization’ Category

Are Bitwise Operators Still Relevant in Modern PHP?

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Many of you probably scratched your heads reading this title. "Bitwhat?" In this article, we'll look at what bitwise operators are, and whether or not their use is still relevant in this modern age of computing. Example Use Case I'd been trying to rea...

How to Scan Fingerprints with Async PHP and React Native

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We live in interesting times. A short while ago, a company called OfferZen announced a new, programmable credit card. It's been a long time since I was this excited to get my hands on a piece of tech. My mind has been brimming with ideas ever since. So...

Control User Access to Classes and Methods with Rauth

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Rauth is SitePoint’s access control package for either granting or restricting access to certain classes or methods, mainly by means of annotations. In this tutorial, we’ll learn how to use it. Why Rauth Traditional access control layers (ACLs) on...

Sourcehunt #4 – Reflection, Authorization, Crons, and more

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We skipped January’s Sourcehunt, but we’re back now, ready to boost the stardom of more projects! mult1mate/cron-manager [125 ★] mult1mate/cron-manager is a flexible tasks manager designed for MVC-type applications. It’s used instead of cronta...

How to Consume Laravel API with AngularJS

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In part 1, we built our server part. Now we can build our client. We are going to use AngularJS to make a Single Page Application. We will use a very basic bootstrap template, built on the fly. Planning Our application will be made up of three screens...

How to Build an API-Only JWT-Powered Laravel App

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The Laravel API Boilerplate (JWT Edition) was made on the shoulders of giants like: Dingo API; JWT-Auth, by tymondesigns; CORS on Laravel 5 by barryvdh; In this article, we will learn how to use it to quickly create a fully functional API for an imag...